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... and we were both tired but looking forward to home.
What a wonderful nine and a half weeks we have had and something we will always remember. Also we have both managed to tick off some items on our bucket lists.
Hope you have enjoyed our trip with us and until our next one it is farewell from Me and ...
... catching up with friends on the Central Coast tomorrow night for dinner but apart from that we have no plans.
A big thank you to everyone who made us feel so very special with farewell dinners, dropping by with bottles of wine and survival packages, don't be surprised if we return home fat alcoholics!
ciao for now,
Steve, Sue and Eric (I will introduce Eric to you all shortly)
Left this morning to head north to join up once again (as volunteers) with Mobile Mission Maintenance (MMM). We left somewhat earlier than planned as the Queensland Directors of MMM asked if we could lead a couple of teams prior to starting the Safari in the end of April.
So after two hectic weeks of appointments and catching up with as ...
... couple of koala bears who were in a deep snooze. Lots more to see at this place. While we were at the park, Nat got a message from Kevin that a pipe had hit him in the head and that he was at the hospital getting stitched up. We learned how to throw a boomerang today and did pretty ...
... tents, campers, vans, bikes, boards etc. The park literally came alive with people. And unfortunately, this is when it started to rain. I felt very sorry for the familes who ended up with everything wet, including their tents and campers.
We then headed off back home, meandering along the same coastal route, stopping for a few days again at Bonnie Hills - it was just so peaceful and quiet and the staff just so friendly and helpful.