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Aufgewacht sind wir heute im kleinem Single Bett, da es um 1 Uhr nachts Mega angefangen hat zu Gewittern und wir auf der Veranda ein bisschen Nass wurden . Deswegen haben wir heute nicht ganz so viel und vor allem nicht ganz so gut geschlafen ... Etwas schlecht gelaunt ging es dann zum Frühstück. Dadurch …
... development. Very strange. What do they do? We stopped in Brunswick Heads. This was my favourite spot. We walked around the town centre and across the River along the beach front. We stopped at the information centre to plan our next leg. We drove to the beach car park and went for a swim. The water was warm but refreshing. On one side of the rock breakwater was a calm sheltered swimming bay and on the other a ...
... sports afternoon! There is a lot of foreshore work happening in Newcastle which has certainly improved the city.
Our other full day we explored the Nelson Bay area coming across two fisherman cleaning their catch and the pelicans scavenging for the scraps. We took a boat ride out onto the bay which was lovely and we managed to see a few dolphins enjoying the water.
From Port Stephens we headed to Sydney for a few days and once again set up ...
We started today with a drive around Brunswick Heads township, then we moved onto Bangalow for a cuppa, we liked Bangalow, nice little town with quaint shops. We'd heard about The Channon markets being a good market for home made or grown items and that it had a huge drum circle at the end of the markets. We weren't disappointed with the markets - lots of items to ...
... there but initially didn’t see any until we were walking back about to leave and someone told us they saw a whale behind us. Sure enough we saw a tail slipping under the water in the distance. The whales were quite far out so we couldn’t make out the detail very well, but there was quite a lot of them so every 30 seconds or so we’d catch a glimpse of one either blowing water in the air or splashing it’s tail down.
We picked ...