Days Inn Warwick North M40
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... over 700 years old ! Walking back wondered if I would make it. Spoke to a very helpful woman who guided me through a shortcut. She was fascinated by my travel story. Found pasta tea at One Stop. Then I just made it back. Horrors when the swipe card wouldn't let me in, and all I wanted to do was lie down !!! Back down to receptionist who tested my card and said it was expired!! She reinstated it. Then thankfully I could lie down with a coffee. Slept also for an hour. Relaxing ...
... obstacle before I could start believing the date had come, gave me that extra bit to keep going.
The cold bright spring's day is preparing me for the expected weather in Chilliwack. Better preparation than on Wednesday which was ridiculously hot, 25 degrees is not what to expect, but very pleasant in Oxford, which rewarded us with Magnolia flowering everywhere and Alamance, however you spell it.
So almost ...
... hedge-lined roads to a tiny place called Stanton Harcourt. This was a smaller but equally lovely village with many old thatched cottages. Nearby Standlake and Broadway were also very quaint, but our plans to sample cider at the Black Horse pub were thwarted as it was closed, presumably as tourists are unexpected. Photography is rather limited in these places as buildings are close together and roads quite narrow, so ...
... after antibiotics. I visit town and gallery, then walk on beach with Jane.
Thursday 27th March Nelson Bay
Calm, cloudy, showers, flat calm sea.
Went dolphin watch excursion, saw lots. Packed and cleaned van.
Friday 28th March Nelson Bay to Sydney 213km
Weather sunny, warm. Driving got busy in suburbs, nearly ran out of fuel in city freeway and underpass, but arrived OK. Clean sign off but thought we ...
... opener with minimal hands-on activity for oldies or young 'uns alike. On to the Mediterranean biome which offered sights and smells familiar to the nose and palate - well done, but didn't have the "Wow" factor for us, I'm afraid. And lastly into the Tropical Rainforest biome which was much more impressive. Though we'd hoped to miss the crowds for a wet Monday in frozen April the place was well populated with the usual motley collection of families, Japanese and ...