- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... and caught the Last Post Ceremony; something they do every day. It was very moving and quite a crowd. This morning we found ourselves in the midest of the great motor cycle rally including some old war era bikes. They were far noisier than the school kids the morning before! I'll say no more. We are now try to figure out our next few days and where we will be. So its back to the map so to speak before lights ...
... I found the bus ride to have gone pretty fast between the chatting and the sleeping. The entire ride I felt as if we were in Canada, there was so much greenery and it looked like my usual trip from Toronto to Kingston, Ontario. When we arrived there we were all shocked to find out we were actually sleeping in tents. Base camp meant CAMPING. A lot of us wish we had known so we could have been a bit more prepared by bringing warmer clothes. The site itself was very ...
... enjoy the complimentary biscuits on offer and Bridget thought the boom net was fun, Georgia slept through most of the cruise. After a play in the park and a shop in Nelson Bay we set off to find some fish chips (the best in NSW apparently) but unfortunately for us they all close at 3pm, fortunately for the children the bowling club next door to the caravan park with its big outdoor playground accommodated us again ...
Our first night at Toowoon Bay and a storm hit. Boy was it scary and we didn't sleep a wink. The Van rock and rolled and the annexe only just stayed up. We really thought it would be ripped off. We actually found out we were very lucky, as there were quite a few in the area that did have damage. The park we were in was huge, but for some reason, no one ...
... were sitting facing the back of the bus, and some of them realized that they could see us, sitting up high like them. They tentatively waved to us, so we waved back. They giggled, and then the word spread around the bus. All of a sudden, we had about 20 girls waving their arms at us, blowing kisses and generally having fun seeing who could make us wave back the most! Well, this was slightly amusing for the first 5 minutes, but we were in a traffic jam and stuck behind ...