Terralong Terrace Apartments

Address: 129 Terralong St, Kiama, New South Wales, 2533, Australia | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 129 Terralong St, Kiama, is near Elise Pascoe International Cooking School.
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Travel Blogs from Kiama

Very sleepy after long day

A travel blog entry by gsb123 on Oct 31, 2014

1 comment, 1 photo

... and got dinner. Mum and I had fish and chips. We spotted a great icecream shop too so if I'm good I will get one tomorrow. I have just finished rumbling with mum and now I am very sleepy. I'm starting to nod off so I better go now.
Bye for now and I'll tell you all about my icecream tomorrow.

Benny Boo, oh and the old folks
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Road Trip 1, Sydney to Kiama

A travel blog entry by john-and-anne on Apr 03, 2014

2 comments, 8 photos

... me so was my John. A huge shopping mall seemed a good location for a bathroom break so we drove into a multi-story car park. Round and round we went looking for a space. Ah ha, found one, John backed in, I watched the TV screen fascinated, oh no! What's that on the ground...a disabled symbol. We left the car park, drove on and stopped by a cafe... There was a queue for the loo so it was suggested that we use the one in the foyer of ...

Bulli Bulli

A travel blog entry by jakekarla on Apr 03, 2014

9 photos

We left Batemans Bay and headed up towards Jervis Bay. We planned to stay around Jervis Bay but the national park wanted $41 for the night. We had a look around Jervis Bay and went to Hyams Beach where the sand is the whitest in the world, apparently! We drove up through Woolongong, the biggest town we have been to for a few days, then to ...

It's like riding a bike

A travel blog entry by richyb on Jan 28, 2014

... way to Corrimal, as I had been told by several people there was a campsite there I should stay at. And that's where I am now, writing this. I think that makes today's ride about 80-85 km. So today has been great! I've seen the best scenery I've ever seen, I've climbed the biggest hills I've ever cycled and spoken to some incredible nice strangers. Along the way, I had 2 people offer to help with my puncture. I spoke to a woman for 20 minutes at one of the beaches, ...

A lovely seaside Historic town

A travel blog entry by 2013-4downunder on Dec 08, 2013

20 photos

... town, the foreshore park, marina and the point above the town with the ever-present lighthouse! We took photos of the "Blowhole" in the rocks below the lighthouse, watched several Galahs (pink and grey parrots), in the park having a last feed of Norfolk Pine cones on the grass before the sun went down. The next morning before setting off south we explored the town with its beautifully maintained historical buildings, such as the "Council Building, the Courthouse, the ...