Gladstone Earth and Sea
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... funny but borderline creepy. Turns out that Grant had been to Lindos 2 years ago when he took a holiday to Rhodes and stayed in Stegna. Small world. Walked down to the convenience store this afternoon and saw two female shop keepers releasing the hugest spider outside their shop. I literally thought it was a rat. Disgusting! Spent the rest of the night planning. Indochina booked, Sri Lanka booked, india work in progress. Travel tip: ...
... dad’s tall stature ambled over to the car near the driveway.
The familiar batting wings and screeching war cry were suspiciously absent and I watched slack-jawed. Surely something was up.
“It’s fine Emy,” my dad said. “Come on.”
Emboldened that these birds had finally packed it in I walked confidently towards the car.
And woosh!! ...
... long bike ride along the foreshore, then up the hills to the Post Office, nine holes of golf at nearby Boyne Island, dropped into BAM (Beach Arts Market) where there were lots of food stalls, arty crafty stuff and live music.
Saturday morning a visit from Daniel, Mandy with Charlie and Jack - Daniel worked with Mark for many many years and has now relocated to Gladstone, a new job and loving it.
... sky, so many stars!! Thank goodness we don't have to navigate by them!
Woke to a beautiful sunny and still morning and began preparing for the trip to Gladstone. Paul tried trolling again but no luck! A very easy passage with calm seas and little wind and friendly dolphins. No whales again, I'm sure they must be still in NSW waters, especially calving around the northern beaches. Looking forward to full water tanks and a meal out.
... up by the courtesy bus and taken to the Tannum Sands Lifesaving Club for the "afternoon sesh"... awesome. The sun was shining bright and the Corona's were only $5 "-)
To be continued... no dutch translation tonight (apologies!)....
Vaandaag zijn we naar de country club geleden wear ze grass bowling aan het spelen waren. We keken maar koolden niks ...