Novotel Wollongong Northbeach
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We landed this afternoon at 12:30pm and half an hour later we were through baggage, customs etc. Australian customs is incredibly quick and you just have to scan your passport so you don't even have contact with a member of airport staff. Jeff kindly picked us up and drove us back to Wollongong to which is only just over an hour away. Jeff and Raewyn have a lovely house which is a 5 ...
... day. Nigel & I had a few games of darts which I got up 6-3 giving me the bragging rights so far :-). Mads & myself prepared and cooked dinner which started off with a creamy cauliflower soup followed by marinated chicken and couscous. After dinner we walked around the local streets checking out the Christmas lights at the nearby houses. Mon 22nd - Mads & I walked ...
... they existed? It not as if we were debating the existance or sighting of 'Yetti or Big Foot" and as far as the American tourist's comment that Tasmania was too cold for foxes..well England is a far sight colder. It was becoming apparent that I was sharing this bus ride with a certified troop of "Good Old Boys" from America. It sounded to me, that all they needed to become complete, was a firey cross and face mask and then we'd really know we were in the deep ...
... why not!’ exclaimed my 81 year old Mother, who’s visited several times and loves the whole theatre of the place – ‘It’s amazing’, she repeats. ‘When Colin and I stayed there…’ Mum, you’re not really selling the place to two brothers whom neither of gamble. No Mum, not going to Vegas. ‘Well you’re missing out!’
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... it sucks. Withdrawals. You have to say goodbye to so many wonderful things and it hurts. It becomes all you can think about and you’re dying to have more. But then again, what’s so bad about relapsing when your drug of choice is travel? Guest blogger Josie:Travelling is about meeting new people from all walks of life, being thrown together with people you wouldn't usually hang with but then developing great friendships. You spend abnormal amounts of time ...