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Well it's finally here,n4 years of planning and research. Can't quiet believe it. Not much sleep last night,very excited plus a bottle of wine lol Floated around all day a bit of cleaning etc,picked up car at 12 and had lunch. Bit of showers around so decided to leave half hour earlier than planned,left at 2.30, Poor sari dog knew. She will have a ball hanging out with Ash ...
... restaurants and coffee shops . We went back to the caravan park at around 12 noon for lunch and to get ready for our visit to Newcastle and Anne's uncle Des. We arrived at Des's place right on 2pm and was greeted by this very fit and heathy 89 year old man who was really happy to see Anne and myself .our intention was to take him out for coffee and cake but Des would not hear of it as he had been to the shops ...
... Took a few token photos outside the shop, spent some time scouring the menu before making our choices. LJ had prawn, barramundi and lobster and Ben opted for the works - crocodile and mushroom topped with mash, mushy peas and cheese. Crocodile was interesting, white meat with a hammy kind of texture - not what we were expecting, LJ said it tasted like perfume. LJ's fish combo was gorgeous...a clear winner! Had a look at Red Ned's wall of fame, loads of awards for Barry Kelly's ...
... is unheated, and it is definitely chilly overnight too.
For dinner we went to Diggers, a slightly odd 'club' which offered a couple of restaurants, bars and lots of opportunities to place bets and watch a range of sports on giant screens. It wasn't exactly by favourite choice of dining experience, but there was pizza on the menu and free access to Facebook so three-fifths of the family were very happy, which meant I was fine as well.
The news is pretty much focused on the
arrival of Mom and Dad G. They arrived last week and we've spent a
little time sightseeing, they've spent some time cleaning up the yard
(Wahoo!), and this weekend was a blast!
This weekend Mom, Dad, Derek and I went
to Newcastle. It was quite the drive – after school Derek drove us
the 6 hours through a bit of rain to the coast. We arrived to our
hostel (that's right, Mom and Dad spent ...