Quest Newcastle Serviced Apartments
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... The kids all chose the beach option when we got there and so we tracked along. Moff said it was 5 Klms but it was such a beautiful day we didn't notice.
Long walk back to the ferry. Another lovely ride across the river. Quick drive back to Medowie and we all helped prepare a great evening meal. Lots of chatter and fun times.
... institutions compete in the education market for the Indian Rupee. It is unfortunate that the rampant population growth can't be curtailed. Each year, it grows by more than the total of the entire Australian population.
vii) the English language is used very quaintly by the Indians. They have trouble in pronouncing the letter "w". So "vheat", "vot", "velcom" are common. Yet when wanting to use the word "very", it is pronounced "werry". Linguistic nightmare I would ...
... kinda lost everyone so I just stayed and chatted with Gordon till pretty late. Next morning I heard apparently Wild Brit went for skinny dip in the ocean.
I woke up really early next morning to send off my package, got to the post office even before it was opened. The lady said my package was slightly oversized, luckily she just let it slide, it cost me around $175...... Then I got back to my hostel, checked out, and waited for my ride to Narrowmine. Apparently my new ...
... to wait until New Zealand to fish. Once we finished lunch we hit the road again. With no real destination in mind we continued north along the coast taking in all the beautiful views and terrain. Eventually, we decided to start making our way to Newcastle as our "Australia" book told us that it had a port 4 times larger then Sydney and was known for its waterfront walks and restaurants. Newcastle it is! We arrived in Newcastle around 1500hrs, ...
... facility. Amusingly there is a solitary wind power turbine stuck in the middle of it...that'll fix the global warming then. I get into Stockton at 7pm. Pleasingly it is still daytime and I have not had to resort to using bike lights today! Stockton is an odd little peninsular - to the east is the pacific, which looks splendid; to the west over a 200m stretch of water is the monster coal mining facility. There doesn't seem to be much in the way of shops either... During ...