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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... received her exam results in the post and was dreading opening them. She retreated to her room to find out her grades, taking her time to reveal them to all of us. She had done exceedingly well in the year she had transferred over to Australia, getting high grades in almost all of her subjects. Deciding that being lunchtime we would do a full on treat and celebrate her great grades too by having a ladies that lunch stop before our pampering session. Both Sasha & Poppy ...
... up a salad to go with our chunk of herbed meat, we took out our evening supper onto the balcony, once gobbled up & cleared away we had an evening outside with top tunes playing to dance off our dinner. I got on with blog while Andy & Sasha played name that tune, putting on all the oldies to remind us of our youthful times together laughing away to the lyrics and memories to match. Reminiscing of our teenage travelling tales and how we are getting up to much the same ...
8am wake up to carry out our last packing and clear up of apartment, offloading all the grub for Poppy to take back, we then headed out for our parting breakfast at Mad Mumma's with Poppy. Having our coffees along with our poached eggs on toast, which I had in addition a side of mushrooms which were of the squeaky Chinese kind and would preferred to not have had if known. The sun shone for our last day and the goodbye was not a sad one, with us all looking forward to ...
Took our time sorting ourselves this morning, had eggs and toast for breakfast and generally took it easy, though temperatures climbed fast and we thought it best to get the tent down and car packed before it got ridiculous, so by nine we were on our merry way. The plan was to explore Byfield National Park in the morning, but driving in we found the road to be rather sub-par and rather than risk damage to what we now considered our home, after having got off unscathed on the ...
... day arrived when Bruce and I went to the outer Reef with Quicksilver and had a lovely and interesting day, including two trips on the semi submergible Glass sided Boat to admire the magnificent Coral, thousands of colourful Fish and even some Turtles.
As Swiss National Day (1st of August) is still a special day for me, I made 48 "Schinkegipfeli" which we all shared up at the camp kitchen, the girls all pitched in with salads ...