Eagle Heights Holiday Units
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It's my birthday today! except.....I had a really fat lip and scabs all down my left side because I had a really big stack on the pedal go karts the afternoon before!
We started off the day with pancakes and yoghurt from the Tilba Cheese Factory and opening presents.
I got seven new DS games and a case for them, a new football, cash, USB's with all the ...
Saturday and surprise, surprise, no exercise as we had to get to the opening parade for the Jazz weekend. A lazy bacon and egg followed by a leisurely walk into town to pick our spot to watch the goings on. Even before the parade, there was a school band doing their rendition of modern jazz. This was followed by a dance group doing a mix of rock and roll and swing in the middle of the road. The ...
... We've got 16 days straight 'work' coming up after this so 5 nights here will give them some fun things after the drudgery, for them, of the museums and galleries. The lady on the front reception tells me the fee is $73.00 per night. Our budget is $45.00 max. I play on the what can you do for me line. We don't need power, water etc just a grassed site. I manage to get her down to $46.00 a night but she's not shifting. The first rule of these little discussions is ...
... until they came out in their boats to catch the smaller whales, which the killer whales had trapped in the bays. The killer whales were rewarded with tongues and lips of the whales! When Tom died in September 1930 no other whales were seen in the area the next season and whaling went into decline. Now people thankfully just go to watch the spectacle of the whales on their journey.
Later we went to Eden Wharf to see the fishermen bring in their ...
... were young, we sat on the river over the bridge, which happened to be the flight path to the airport, a plane went over us quite low trying to land - he was swaying as he was coming into land - it was pretty windy. We were pleased we weren't on the plane. Another look off (sideways) also.
Just past Merimbula, we stopped off at Pambula Beach, it was just how i remembered it - the ocean one side and the ...