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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 ...
... with is whole bottom jaw going up to the top of his nose. Then there was a statue of man who spent the most money per day on his food (he spent 30,000 $ per day).
And there was the skinniest man that was as tall as mommy but never weighed more then 50 pounds. Then we went in the next room and there was… the tallest man in the world probably like two of my dad combined. There were people who could do crazy things with their tongues. And then the next room there was ...
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 ...
... gifts. McG got a heart shaped lolly and some 100% hemp oil lip gloss, flavoured with the nectar from a thousand organic daisies. Your welcome babe. Alan Lee got some fancy tea that she's a bit precious about. And Molerat got a bowl of Coco Pops. She basically cried. Our next adventure brings Fraser Island, where we're surrounded by angry dingos and bathing our grimey backpacker bodies in pristine lakes. Let the enlightenment commence, ...