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Had to knock the ice off the awning when we packed up this morning and the car thermometer said it was 0 degrees by the time we headed off about 9:30 so there was good reason for us (and especially Mitchell in his bottom bunk) to feel the cold last night. We are all very much looking forward to some warmer weather.
We headed off all excited to only have a short drive day (195 km) for our trip to Si and ...
... to! And it's warmer too with temperatures between 20-25C! The next morning was a sunny 23C and there's only one place I want to be on a day like that - the beach! I met Stavros for a day trip along the south coast, and we drove to Kiama (just south of Woolongong) we stood watching the blowhole for a while, ith the bright blue ocean in the background, before relaxing on the coastal wall absorbing the pesceful atmosphere and sun's rays. On the way home we stopped off for a ...
Well, we head off tomorrow 10am flight to stay overnite in Bangkok then on a plane again bound for London, where if the weather report is spot on, it will be a sunny 30' . Gotta say we are looking forward to some warmer weather. Hope this blog keeps you posted !! I Will be accessing emails from free wifi's & I do have a phone with a travel travel sim that number if you do need to contact me urgently is :- 372 57 546 349. All our luv The Goodalls. ...
... us a great overview of the area.
Our first stop was Featherdale Wildlife Park, a small zoo that rehabilitates local animals. If they can't be rehabilitated, they stay in the park and are well cared for there. We got to meet many kangaroos, including a mom and her little Joey. We also got to see other Australian birds, reptiles, wombats, emus, crocs but our favorite was seeing the koalas. It is against the law to hold a koala, but we were able to get close to Sammy, our new ...
... the coastal path running through the botanical gardens until we got to the opera house. In the space of half an hour we must have seen hundreds of runners run by, clearly that is the thing to do in Sydney on your lunch break. It certainly made us feel like we should be doing more exercise. Sydney Opera House was just as impressive close up as it was from far away, as you all know the Opera house represents the sails on a ship, we were surprised to see ...
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