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... covered in snow! So sad for you guys (but so happy for us!!) Tonight we met some of the extended Turvey family. Faye and Ron had invited 5 other 'Turveys' for dinner to meet us. What a night we had! I'm now firmly of the opinion that you have to be mad to be a Turvey, or crazy to marry one!!! Such a fun night! Faye did a wonderful job dishing up the 7 dinners - until I mentioned, as she was carrying ...
... toe was bad, does not even compare to having it in the ankle, lots of gout pills later and I am walking ok again but not taking any chances in aggravating it. Tomorrow we are going to catch the ferry over to Newcastle and take the sightseeing bus, minimal walking for ...
... 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)
... 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 ...
... in the centre before enjoying lunch facing the sea and heading to Byron Bay. Byron Bay is a younger beach town with an eclectic feel. The area is a definite favourite with backpackers, hippies and the more trendier crowd (of course me and Sunny fitted in perfectly lol). The beach is small but gorgeous and there is a hill above the beach which is the towns favourite chill out area. The shops here were all very Zen with numerous ...
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