The Clarendon Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... finally. We missed a turn off and then had to drive miles down the highway to the next turnoff and make our way back. It only added another half an hour. We stayed just one night at Stockton caravan park - 'cheek by jowl' with dozens of other campers. This was the closest park to the city, but miles around the waterways and over the bridge. It was close to the city, but as the crow ...
... action packed with 4WD’s in the Sand Dunes, Sand Boarding, Pipping Racing and the bush walk through the Tomaree National Park. My day started at 5am and the reason for that was the scary ass Koala noise that woke me up. I literally jumped out of my cot (ask my roommates.. it’s a true fact) and couldn’t go back to sleep. I decided to leave the tent to go to the washrooms to shower as I opened the tent Jozy the house Kangaroo was right outside my ...
... we have not done in years, so blow the dust and cobwebs off our swimsuits and head off to the water. The sea was quite cool and the waves were rough, so not much swimming for me, but Steve enjoyed some body surfing. After our evening meal we sit and watch the storm clouds roll in and are entertained by an amazing fork lightning show, thankfully most of the bolts of lightning hit the ...
... I was fascinated by them as they're so adorable, and as they're native to Australia, it's not an animal we tend to see every day. I really hoped to hold one, but the lady had advised us we were not allowed. I was disappointed but I understood that these creatures were poorly and injured, so it would not do them good to be humanised too much. We did see one little koala being released into a tree for the very first time. It had been a baby when it was injured and had been held ...
... in a line down the middle of the pork and roll it around it. We cling wrapped the pork tightly in a roll and stuck it in the freezer for about 20 minutes, then removed the wrap just to make it a bit easier to tie the pork. Once tied nice and tight add salt and pepper and olive oil to the surface. Place in a roasting tray, on a rack and add the stock to the tray and into the oven. Cook the pork at 210 degrees celsius for the first 20 minutes and then turn down to about 170 degrees celsius ...