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... much older and not so modern with all the tourist attractions! We returned to our motel and enjoyed a refreshing swim in the pool - yes, John even had a swim! We had thought we would go back to the "Relish" Restaurant as we had enjoyed it so much, but it was closed, so we had dinner at the Soldier's Club and decided to go the the lookout to see the sunset, but just missed it - oh ...
... very rare for it
to rain, you can still wear tank tops (singlets) and flip flops
(thongs). I was worried about being hot all the time, especially in
the kitchen, but I am always in awe of how beautiful it is both
morning and night!
Do: Buy art, especially from a local
artist while traveling
Don't: Be tempted to buy all the cheesy
souvenirs...they're throw away ****, probably made in China
Saturday Oct 22Was a quiet day. Stayed anchored at ShellHarbor. We walked 5km to McDonalds to post blog'. Dedication. Then took bus back. Met an elderly gentleman who knew the coast and loved to talk. He exactly reminded me of the scene on Cattle drive, candle glowing and the old man is describing the route to the market. “Now you head down to Norwa, you will see an old cheese factory, don’t turn there, but head on up ...
... somehow my toe, the "little pig that stayed home" toe, bent back under and I was sure it was broken. I struggled to walk for a couple of days and still have a very bruised little toe, at least I have something to show for all the pain.
Although we are still loving our trip, we are getting very excited about getting home. We have missed our family and friends and look forward to seeing them all soon.
... but saw that it was expected to be -3 the following a.m. so we stayed in warmth for one more night.
Monday morning saw us on the road again. We stayed in Wollongong Monday night, did ythe Drs appointment Tuesday morning and tthen headed for Lake Tabourie arriving late afternoon.
Warm days ( when you can get out of the wind) cool nights, but it ...