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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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... to stay there permanently but they do their best to rehabilitate them and get them back into the wild. Personally I think what they're doing is great and it would be good to see them getting more help. I just had time to grab a quick sandwich once I got back to the hostel before my next bus. So here I am on my way to Newcastle and the next adventure. I had a very poignant yet comforting experience during the walk that I felt deserved it's own paragraph. At one point I came across ...
... but still a sunny and seemingly nice town. Applied Rule 1 in finding your way and followed a sign for parking, with long spots reserved exclusively for cars with trailers. So given the nature of the camper with the extended balcony, headed for it. The parking was mostly empty, but in the few spots reserved for trailers, there on each was a small beaten up rust box with a P plate on it. Had to negotiate an elaborate exit, meanwhile. Spat the dummy and drove off, ...
... we last saw them. They both looked relaxed.
After lunch we headed out for a look around. First stop was the Black Duck Brewery. It's a new brewery, only just over 12 months old. We bought a sample paddle containing 4 different beers. Lynne had a Grumpy's Ginger Beer. The beers were OK, but I don't think I'll change to their brand.
Back in the cars for a drive down the coast south of the town. We checked out, Nobby Head Obelisk and Harry's Lookouts. It was cloudy, ...
... Bowling Club for dinner tonight - funny evening. When we arrived, I reckon every member of the club was there for the Friday night Meat Raffle! Come 7 p.m. the place almost emptied with just about every person leaving with a tray of meat! Ordering our meal in the Bistro was a bit of a "hit & miss" affair, however the roast pork certainly filled two little hungry tummies. ...
... day. Once the laundry was hung out we called Louis back then headed out, on the way Emma stopped in the office and booked us in for 1 more night. First stop was petrol and to fill the gas up, we got the petrol ok but then spent 40 mins looking go somewhere to get the gas ( of all the days to run out it was Anzac Day a bank holiday). From there we decided to head to place called Lake Cathie ( pronounced cat eye ). When ...