Kims Beach Hideaway
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We are back at the beach after our country fix for a while.
It was a good drive today, mostly down hill instead of up hill. The lush grasses and the cattle and the horses are very well fed.
We had to stop today for two huge mine buckets at over 8mts wide, luckily we had the CB on and heard it before the pilot vehicles pulled us over, we had time to find a reasonable edge ...
... walk along Toowoon bay surf beach and the rocks on Shelly beach. I took my camera and got lots of great photos, the rocks were a bit slippery. Lila Monday 21st September This morning in Toowoon Bay the whole family went on some sort of exercise . Maya, Gracie and I did some stair runs. Dad did a long run along the beach and mum did a long beach walk. When we got back to the caravan we were all hot so we went for a swim in the pool followed by ...
... via Liverpool and some back road tracks that the GPS took us on. Stopped for lunch at a small country town picnic area and then on to Wiseman’s Ferry but alas we caught the wrong ferry so immediately turned around and just a few 100 metres on we caught the right one. Del Rio Resort is not a resort!! Café closed! Bring your own linen! Basic cabin and all a bit dealer than last night’s ...
... Blue Mountains. We headed off through the suburbs and found the only good road in Sydney - the road to the Blue Mountains! The Blue Mountains are one of Australia's most photographed attractions and so we followed the tour buses to Echo Point after stopping in Leura at Evandale Gardens for Devonshire Tea. Rounding the corner near Leura, the sight was incredible. The Three Sisters are easy to see from Echo Point (no climbing or bush walking required) but we were here ...
... the island followed by a dip in the Ocean. We had previously visited Sydney about 10 years ago and we were looking forward to returning. Having arrived and checked in at the Sir Stamford Hotel , very central for the Harbour & Circular Quay it was time to meet up with Kim our Vietnamese friend from linedancing in London. She has since moved to Sydney which allows her to pursue her love for diving off the coast. She suggested the boat ferry to Manly Beach which was great ...