Darlo Bar - A.K.A. Royal Sovereign Hotel
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... was wearing tye-dye and had dreadlocks, there were loads of "make love not war" type stalls and the music was "different" to say th least (think heavy metal indie)...But it was a really good afternoon, there were some great stalls of handmade jewellery, some really good food and it was absolutely jam-packed with visitors, I'm talking 1000's. I also got to Skype for the first time with mum, dad and grandad this weekend too...made my Sunday ...
... clear whether what's available will work but James has a selection now, so here's hoping we are able to plug in in every country - Chile, Peru and Bolivia. I would not consider myself addicted to connection. However I reacted with slight panic when I realised that Viber was not easy to install in my iPad MIni, which is my ...
... be hand fed due to a disability from the accident but was otherwise indistinguishable from the others. In the same pen as the echidnas were the red-necked wallabies, the tiniest wallabies at the zoo. We tossed them some peanuts and got to pet them! Their fur was so wispy and soft. We moved on from there to see the swamp wallabies, which are larger than the red-necks, and red kangaroos, as well as emus.
Our last stop was the nocturnal house. ...
... to Stockton (near Newcastle) for our final one-nighter. Lovely campsite, right on the beach with excellent views of the headland and lighthouse, and, Newcastle.
Next morning after a quick cuppa on Newcastle Wharf we took the coastal route to Avoca Beach, stopping for a chinwag with Chris Jones in Terrigal and arriving at our final stop, the Avoca Beach Tourist Retreat. Zillions of cabins but only 6 MH/caravan sites. Because so few people use them the facilities ...
... been sleeping somewhere…impossible to see in a dark room), and colourful native birds.
2. Everywhere you took a photo, there was the beautiful harbour and Sydney skyline in the background.
Please don’t get me wrong, it was well worth going to the zoo…the sun, fresh air, surrounded by beauty, plus I saw some animals I’ve never seen before. I just more enjoyment out of seeing animals in their natural environment, like when we saw the ...