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... sign of the dolphins, so we headed back to the hostel. Took a longer route along the waters edge to get back. Saw the back of a phone on the floor, then a battery, looked about and saw the phone, put it back together and it turned on.
Got back to the hostel and went and made breakfast, had beans on toast. We then sat for a bit in the kitchen with our laptops, we were going to go to the Koala hospital at 3pm so had some time. Sent a text to ...
... planning to leave this disaster but I hope she gets some sleep. The kids make friends with a lovely boy and girl and it really couldn't be more pleasant. Maria doesn't have a phone so it makes it difficult to coordinate a meet up and we drive and find her walking along the road to us, I think she might have been thumbing a lift back to the Sunshine Coast though. At night we genuinely talk about packing it in for the first time. Di and Mike's is looming and after that there ...
... out a light house (see lighthouse post) and then headed to the bowls club for lunch. We had a nice lunch and I won $120 on the pokies but it was only dampened by the news of a friend losing his battle with cancer and passing this morning. A sad day for us and his family but he doesn't suffer anymore and passed without pain. R.I.P Lance, we will miss you and our love goes out to Margaret and her family at this sad time.
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... but lovely and sunny for the brisk walk, along the boardwalks, steps up and down and paths. Finally coming out at the tip and further on to the Lighthouse above. Spectacular views in all directions.
The Big Banana was the next stop, for old times (as with the Big Pineapple), we took our photos, got a coffee and ice creams. The shop here is still pretty good in comparison to all the other ...
... some breakfast. Now Gosford is a strange place. A place I hope to never really step foot in again. It felt like the Australian version of Royston Vasey from The League of Gentlemen. Everyone had an eye on you as you walked past them and all the locals looked more like caricatures of themselves rather than… themselves. Needless to say we were glad when we hopped onto our train and settled into our seats. Luckily our next destination was considerably more welcoming. We had a ...