- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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This is where it all came together for me on the trip. As a group we headed out to Port Stephens (Which was around a 3 hour bus ride) and it was perfect for catching up on some shut eye. Since it was raining and pretty ****** weather the bus started to leak on many of the seats and of course I was one of the lucky ones J. It's ok since no one was sitting next to me I got to move over and avoid the leak while chatting with a few people I haven’t really spoken to ...
... rainy night (we seem to be dodging the storms at the moment and majority of rain is occurring at night) we stopped and did another iconic Port Stephens tourist attraction, the majestic sand dunes of Stockton Beach. These sand dunes are the largest moving sand dunes in the southern hemisphere (32 kilometres long and at least 30 metres high). Dom, Bridget and Patrick caught a 4WD bus onto the dunes and tried ...
... and I enjoyed the 30 plus degree heat by the pool and air conditioned van. Now on day 5 we have decided to move off windy hill 100m down the road to another van site within the same park, and extend for another 3 nights. This place has all the facilities and is only about $35 a night. We've moved closer to the playground so we might get some peace while the kids play, and Cath is taking another study day. Doing this also means we will be ...
... being filmed. Ken normally only takes scenery shots, but was persuaded by Mel to visit the set and see if he felt he could take some photos, which he did. Anyway, our new lady friend mentioned that each Easter, and only at Easter, Ken plays a short film featuring the photos he took during The Passion - and would we like to see it - on the quiet! You betcha! So the 2 of us snuck back into the theatre and she played it for us. I remember ...
... full of Asians.
We stayed around the area, going to Bateau Bay and back to the entrance to watch the pelicans get fed, then we went to Auntie Chrissys house who this time got us cheese and biscuits and cabanossi. We went back to Pauline and Gregs for dinner, which they cooked every night for us and it was very nice, before saying our goodbyes the following morning and beginning our journey back towards Melbourne.