Mountain Grand Guest House
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... s astonishing, beautiful. Trees adorn the view to the horizon.
We make our way to the bottom, passing a wallaby tucked into the bushes, then head back to the bus. Heading then down the hill to the cultural center. We are then back on the road and head on the road to lunch. The location is Tower hill national park. It's as normal a park as you can imagine, big picnic tables, undercover BBQ's, lots of open space, trees, except that a couple of Emu's patrol the park. We enjoy ...
... still present. As a result, we couldn't go down to see MacKenzie Falls because they were still closed.
To finish off the day we had a soak in the local outdoor pool, which was cold despite being 'solar heated' and we had our own private, public pool because no one else was there! For dinner, we followed a recommendation from Simon and had a meal at the local Indian Restaurant, which was actually pretty good if you get past all the tacky sculptures outside!
... not been directly affected by the bushfires and this park on the outskirts is really nice. The setting is quite natural with evidence of roos and other critters everywhere. Emus were a novel sight for the kids, and the mob of kangaroos gathering each evening (astutely at the emergency ‘assembly point’) were a great training opportunity for us.
We have two very peaceful evenings here before, on the third night, we are invaded ...
... quiet so it doesn't get so crowded. There were lots of streets named after Canadian places here.
Took some pictures of cement sides of roads to prevent erosion and some small towns had the same Santas on their stores as up north.
Stayed at Ulladulla in a little motel for $95.00 The first place wanted $150.00 the next was $160.00 Went out for supper and had fish and chips then did a little stroll around the harbor.
... farmlands and distant views. Unfortunately the weather was pretty drizzly and cold but we made the most of our stay and checked out a couple of lookouts in the afternoon and the following morning walked to The Pinnacle which felt a lot longer than the 2.1 km it was supposed to be. There were a few "how much furthers?" along the way, but we made it to the top for a photo and then began the tricky descent trying not to slip on the wet rocks as ...