Comfort Inn On Raglan
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... it broke off. We went and saw the London Bridge that’s the same as the 12 Apostles, but shaped like London Bridge, when the bit fell people were on it and they got a helicopter to take them over. We got to stay in a motel.
Today we got up and it was very wet, Jayden, Kyle and I played in the playground sand pit while it was raining and mum and dad were doing all the work. Later on we were all packed up, we went on the ...
... beach, the tide high so not a whole lot of sand to walk on. I passed a couple of men with metal detectors, and a young couple who'd wandered down from their ocean front accommodation. She was in her cozzie and he held the towel. She made it to knee deep then stopped. Finally she knelt down, then put her face into the water, splashing water over her back. Seemed like prolonged torture to me. I would've just run. If I'd been game! I decided Coffin Sally and their pizza was too ...
... a completely secluded bay, with a narrow opening. It looks like the type of place where you would hardly see another living soul, but its beauty isn't exactly a well kept secret - so it was full of people. The water there looks absolutely stunning, but due to the narrow entrance to the bay, is far too dangerous to swim in. We did play chicken with the waves for quite a while though. Rather inevitably, this only stopped when we got absolutely soaked!
We took a ...
... hotter tomorrow. Phew!! We called into a small cafe at Nelson for a drink and break and witnessed the following exchange between two local 'mates'. " what d'ya reckon to the new landlord then." Long pause. " Likes his fishing.......pretty friendly..... talks the leg off a chair". What a great turn of phrase, I look forward to more, but I'm still waiting for the 'Gidday' and all I keep getting is 'No worries!' It's ...
... sheep and cows in the world! After some driving we took a left, back towards the coast. We went down a long and beautiful road with large plains on either side of us, trees mostly lining the road. Arriving at Canunda National Park, Chris followed signs to Geltwood Beach campground. We arrived and picked our camping spot among coastal bush and grasses, just as dirt bikers were leaving. It was a short walk to the beach where the sun was ...