Centrepoint Motor Inn
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... trying all the flavours we hadn't yet sampled. The boys turned up not too long after us, luckily not getting stuck in the sand with the rapidly rising tide. Talking about how we could spend our last night together, I needed to check on our cash passport for available funds for our last night out on the town. In waiting for the slow upload of internet information I dozed off under the relaxing fan. Andy woke me up to prompt me to get ready to party on, Brendan had already left and gone ...
... an arms reach and far too near to point a camera at, being within boxing feet distance. Hurrying back with our supper, we dished up and scoffed in front of the TV for a nice change, marvelling together at the lushness and not having had enough time to have made most of what we paid for. We had planned to spend as much of the next day by the pool after check out, but jointly felt the urge to extend our time, to also give Sasha & Brendan a break from us and be able ...
... beef capital of Australia, but looking at some of the examples in the adjacent pasturelands, we are not convinced. They looked very scrawny, with very little meat on the ribs. Pleased to find a camp site with a good pool. Temperature hitting 38.5 C. Little ones Spike said he was so hot that his spikes began to go all soft. He was thankful that grandad took him for a swim to cool down. Nanny made sure that grandad did not drop Spike into the water all by ...
... we did come home with some real nicely sized 'rock cod’. Not like the red rock cod from down south these were brown and you could actually touch them. They only had several spikes behind the gills.
Before long the offer had extended to not only have the fish for dinner and stay the night at their place, but also to go out on the boat again the next morning. I couldn’t believe how generous these people were. I actually thought for a minute that maybe they ...
... the other day and it seemed very quiet. Today it seemed a bit busier, which we eventually realised was because it was a Sunday. One of the real beauties of travel is when you completely lose track of what day it is as the day no longer has much meaning. On the beach we noticed a baptism in the sea by the pier so we watched that for a while as they dunked grown men under the sea. We've seen river baptisms on US TV before and they always seem a bit creepy. This seemed very ...