Terrigal Pacific Coastal Retreat
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- Outdoor pool
- Swimming pool
- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... and all caught the ferry over to Circular Quay . Ernest and Linda so very kindly treated us to the most wonderful evening. Firstly a stop for pre theatre drinks before we went to the Opera House to see the famous Australian actress, Robyn Nevin in the Tennessee Williams drama, Suddenly Last Summer. Linda spotted Alan Rickman nearby, he played Robin Hood and also Professor Snape in ...
... Rain is forecast and it's probably because we are here. We did have a good day yesterday but predominantly it has rained on us as anyone who reads this knows. The guests arrive and the children play well, the bbq is great and food delicious. There are friends we know and friends we make new, everybody is happy. We have the tradition of thong throwing. Thongs as we all know are known as flip flops in other parts of the world. You launch your thong and there ...
... and Dairy Store. Robertson is home of the world's biggest Spud, as Amy proclaimed reading all about it in the 'World's Biggest Book" from the library a couple of months ago. I'm still full from the delicious breakfast we had in Goulburn this morning, but the kids can always find room for homemade gelato at any time of the day and partake in blackberry, lavender and cinnamon varieties from the ...
... a blubbering idiot sitting next to her. It was when I got out the car and had to say goodbye to her that I started again and just couldn't stop! Thank god I was wearing sunglasses, they managed to cover my eyes and my face, as I was sitting waiting for my train just crying, must had looked like a nutter!
It was a perfect weekend and I am going to miss them terribly!!! ...
... we tried to follow the aboriginal plant trail through the botanic gardens but could not find over 50% of the plants which was a shame. Compared to how NZ explains the Maori culture we were left feeling that the Ozzies are not putting much effort into understanding the aboriginal history. Back at home Helen & Nia created some aboriginal inspired artwork using the brushes app on the ...