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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 …
... but not nearly as busy and crazy as Byron gets. It had a really laid back feel to it, and our caravan park was right on the inlet which had the most beautiful, crystal-clear water.
We only spent a couple of nights here as we were keen to get to our next stop, my brother's house. But I would certainly come back here again.
We spent our time going for strolls along the river bank and out to the beach ...
... hanging on the beach for a bit, before heading back. Overall, despite not even going out, we had such a laugh. The German lad, Toby, moved on to Brisbane today so he's gone now, but the girls are still here for a few days so we are meeting them at the beach soon. Tonight we will most likely be drinking again, but I reckon Jonny and I will avoid the goon tonight and get a nicer drink. It's very hot right now, so we are going to cool off in the sea :) ...
With cyclone Marcia threatening heavy rain and winds we head towards the coast. Perhaps not the best choice but we are joining our Caravan Club for the weekend at Brunswick Heads, NSW.
We managed to set up our site before the rains arrived with a vengeance. The park is by the side of the Brunswick River which is listed in the regular local flood warnings. We watch the river rise as the rain tumbles down.
Many of our club members cancelled ...
... br> this trip) and went for a paddle in the river.
That night we received the sad news that our Grandma and Great Grandma
Florrie had passed away in Kerang.
On Monday we went for a walk across the river to the beach then around to town for a play at the park, lunch and
picked up an outfit for Bridget to wear to the funeral at an op shop (all of
the dresses we took away either have mud or baked beans stains on them). We then booked ...