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- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Room service
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking rooms
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... sign and I raked up the debris in the dark afterwards!
We attached a GoPro to the cart housing the exploding shells so I have some awesome, awaiting-edit footage to display: watch this space!
What a New Years Eve. We were fed some mighty steak and sausage sandwiches, drank lots of lemon juice, completed a very successful show then headed to Ricky's apartment for a well-earned sleep in a genuine Aussie swag...on the living room floor.
Steve set off early today as he has a 40 min travel, for an 8.30am start of his course. It is a nice sunny day, so I take the opportunity to do some washing and to clean the inside of the caravan. Once household duties are done, a walk to the shops for grocery and then down to the ...
... was the town of choice for many of the free settlers, as Newcastle, which is about 30 kms away, was where they sent the convicts. Morpeth is the same distance from Newcastle here as it is in the UK. Now I can't wait to go to Morpeth in the UK as we were told it is very similar, but on a larger scale of course. Tomorrow we move onto greener pastures as we continue our journey ...
... woke up early and walked around town looking for cardboard boxes to pack up some of my stuff to send home. I went to quite a few shops but they all had nothing or boxes that were too small, but everyone was really helpful in suggesting where I might find some boxes. I finally found a decent size box at a grocery store. When I first walked in I had mistaken a customer for one of the clerks. After I got my box I saw him sitting on some steps having a smoke on my way back and ...
... was once part of the port workings and the Information Centre was one of their revamped storage sheds. Another shed has been converted into a hotel. A lot of development with mainly apartments and the usual cafe's along the waterfront. We had lunch at Hogs Breath which is one of the largest I have seen on our travels. From there we visited Nobbys Beach which is near the mouth of Newcastle Harbour and Fort Scratchley which was one of the main defence ...