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... formal gardens with perfect hedges and fragrant roses as well as a Storybook Garden. Interspersed amongst the gardens were animated giant bugs. Dean was brave and posed for a photo beside a giant spider. The gardens also open at night for a Christmas lightshow. We are told that the gardens are even more impressive at night! After a few hours wondering the gardens, we drove out to visit the quaint little town of Morpeth. Tomorrow we leave Cessnock and head past Sydney.
... them piped up. "You just pull the knob at the top." Ah yes, the knob...of course. ******n ******* knob.
We all parted ways three days later when they returned to digging up clogs of dirt, engineering, harvesting minerals, analysing data, all that jazz. I continued on with my curry slops.
Some time later, ambling up and down the coast, I began experiencing moments of mild though sudden panic...still no plans for the 31st. Crumby youth hostel aloneness ...
... there. Just as our luck would have it, the baths seemed to be closed for restoration. We were not happy and so had to have a drink by the beach to console ourselves.
Disappointed, we headed back to the station - taking a short bus journey. We walked through the small 'mall' and explored a little bit more of Newcastle. A bus journey back to the hostel, dip in the pool and BBQ was the end to our second day in Newcastle.
Saturday 20th December
... walk around, be back beside the seaside, take in some fresh ocean air, listen to my music and feel at peace with the world. The views were incredible and I once again had that feeling of disbelief that I was actually in Australia. The countryside reminded me of a typical English landscape and I had to question if I really was in Australia or not. But then I remembered there was a beautiful beach to the left of me and I felt completely sure I wasn't in England and that this wasn't ...
... the bridge and into town and swam at a hot spring spa. A place where they draw water from the Great Artesian Basin. The pool was about 38-40 degrees. So hot. Home for BBQ dinner, sit around a fire pit at the caravan park. A local old fella came down with his horse and showed the boys some tricks. Ethan and Ryan Evan sat on the horse while it was laying down. Only in the ...