Warners at the Bay
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We travelled to Gosford to pick up our new Topaz II Caravan from Alan Graham's Caravans. We then had lunch with the Collards, Sproats and Nicholson's at the Collard's new villa before heading north towards Mungo Brush to stay the night in our new ...
After having a lovely time with Daniel, Melissa, Leila & Jenson we are back with Adam, Sarah & Evie. We went to Croudice Bay Park where Evie showed us how she can ride her "big girl" bike.
We went to watch Evie at swimming lessons as well, she is going really well, after lessons we went for morning tea at Warners Bay. ...
... some of the intoxicated females that stood in front of our table to dance whilst we were trying to watch the band play, would have been better to have the dance floor to one side of the stage. A couple of these dancers were told in no uncertain terms where to go by some of the audience. I have added a few pictures, however, they were on my iphone and are a bit grainy.
Sorry about the delay between updates, I have been really slack lately, updating ...
... Beach, I was totally amazed by the size of the waves. We walked along the beach a short while and came to caves in which we were able to walk right through to the other side to another beach. The cliffs were all around us and I just stood there watching people surfing in the waves. I would have loved to dive in the sea but the water was freezing cold!!! After spending some time on the beach we decided to go for some fish and chips and we sat there in the car ...
... tents, campers, vans, bikes, boards etc. The park literally came alive with people. And unfortunately, this is when it started to rain. I felt very sorry for the familes who ended up with everything wet, including their tents and campers.
We then headed off back home, meandering along the same coastal route, stopping for a few days again at Bonnie Hills - it was just so peaceful and quiet and the staff just so friendly and helpful.