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... the coast to a small town called Ulladulla (what a great name) to look at some fossils on the beach (they are known for their fossils). We arrived late afternoon and parked up in a holiday park up on the cliffs. The park was full of permanently sited caravans with homemade side extensions (Aussie holiday homes). After dinner, at low tide, we walked down to the beach and searched for the fossils (tiny ones as it turned out). Once you know what you are looking for it was ...
... stall with its Spanish & Mexican offers and a guy playing his bongos in the corner along to the Latino music playing. Enjoying the rest stop people watching and surveying the market offers from this point. I saw a couple of clothes items hung up high on rails, but when I got to feel the material it was nasty acrylic or thin and cheaply made and I gave thanks to my mums usual sound advice, I knew it really wasn't worth what they were charging and always worth to pay a little ...
... anything destined for packing in the Prado; Wendy concentrated on stowing everything away in the Tvan, along with sweeping and packing away the annex and ground sheet. With everything safely packed away and the Tvan reconnected to the Prado, we were off back down the road to Marlo under clear skies by around 9.20am. A quick lap of the main street in Orbost was in order before rejoining Highway #1 that would connect us with Melbourne later in the ...
... with too much make up to finally serve me and say with a happy smile, "Sorry, I can't seem to find your visa." Turns out (after a lot of faff) she was just looking in the wrong place. I didn't get annoyed however, because she proved I have a strong heart, thus I'm unlikely to have a heart attack whilst away. I'm now sat in the departure lounge with just over an hour left before I spent the next 20 hours in a very scary tin can. Large glass of vino ...
... called Vapianos, which was great. When we walked in we went upstairs and I felt like I was in a movie. It was a very nice restaurant with an awesome atmosphere. I had a pasta for dinner which was very similar to our spaghetti in America. It was very delicious! After dinner a group of us got some beer and hung out in a hotel room just playing games and enjoying everyone's company!