The Sebel Harbourside Kiama
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Sebel Harbourside Kiama
Although only there one night the studio we had was very suitable for our needs. It was clean and in good condition. Parking in underground car park with lift was fab. Breakfast pricey and wi fi not included which was really irratating for the size of the hotel and means I can only give it 3 stars!
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... and pretty. So I found the blow hole and it blew. Happy allie. Heath was a bit scared, but was fine once I took his picture. Heath found a bakery he so so bad. Off to the town now then Caroline's. X. Think I found her house but omg parking ...
... from the local Thai restaurant.
So here I am sat, having devoured my meal, happy that I've heard that Jack is safely home from Vietnam and bought me presents! And that Haz had Martha had a busy but good day at the 'Pad'.
I'm ever so slightly tipsy - the cider is good - and am loving looking at the stars and listening to the surf. Shortly I will make a cup of tea, eat some chocolate and then crawl into the cozy swag that Sam so generously lent me.
Day one has been ...
... we parked and walked back onto it. Taking photos of the information board and each other.
We stopped for a Subway roll for lunch and used the loos next door at Hungary Jacks. Then we made our way to Kiama.
We have a lovely big room overlooking the park with an old fashioned village street beyond. We got here about three in the afternoon, the perfect time to go out exploring and for a walk around the harbour. We enjoyed ...
... to a man about cycling and he told me where to go, and that he was amazed and wished me the best of luck, I met a 70+ year old man who was carrying his sand board and kite. He had such passion for it and showed no signs of slowing down. And that's just a few of the lovely people I've spoken to. What else is there to add, oh I saw 2 snakes one of which was dead, and one of which wasn't... Until I ran over it, oops. I've seen hundreds of cyclists, all of which gave ...
How lucky we are to have such generous friends. We arrived here by courtesy of Lyn & Jeff who returned to Bowral shortly after. No proper farewells though as we plan to see them again before the end of the trip. We spent a very pleasant evening with Ruth and Al catching up, making plans for the week and teaching them the Dice Game. Since they had only come back to Kiama for the day in order to entertain ...