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... for quite a while, there was only 2 of them and they were finishing. It was cool see them.
Headed back to the hostel so we could finish packing, didn’t have much to so which was good. We then left our back in the designated are and went to make some food. Had some noodles.
Sat in the kitchen for a while, then moved to the living room. We just waited the day out as it wasn’t a nice day out.
The owner came and gave us a lift to the bus ...
... Muttonbird Island. Explored the island, checked the seas for migrating humpback whales (none visible) and had a very pleasant lunch at the Yacht Club. Too much excitement all round, so returned to Emerald Beach for a lazy Sunday evening. For our younger readers: Having face timed Olivia, Martha and Ivy the previous evening, Spike said that ...
... point on the mainland.
The next (and current place) we stayed is at Park Beach caravan park at Coffs Harbour.
This is a picturesque place with nice beaches but very windy so far. Also have to buy a new set of tyres for the car - travelling has become expensive lately but we have done about 18,000 km since leaving Perth in April so vehicle maintenance costs have to be expected.
Yesterday we went to ...
... grab some morning tea from the bakery before we drive to the caravan park. The minute we arrive, kids are desperate to cool down in the kids water park and pool with slide. It is really awesome and most importantly we have it all to ourselves...gotta love the shoulder season. There are plenty of vacant sites here (the park is huge), but there are also lots of QLD families and they are looking strangely at ...
... week in one place, what a treat! Exhausted from our day travelling, we eagerly collapsed into our beds for the night (THE squeakiest beds to date; forget moving, you couldn't even breathe in these beds without disturbing the whole room!) Our first day in Sydney saw us marvelling at two of the worlds most iconic attractions. Eagerly hurrying down to Circular Quay, we stood in awe of the majestic architecture only before seen on film; Sydney Opera House and the ...