Pennant Hills Waldorf Apartment Hotel
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Since we only stop for one day in most ports we need to plan each port so we see the most important sites. Planning is under way. An added complication is that in some ports attractions or services have shut down for the winter.
... were excellent and our site on Wallaga Lake was likewise terrific.
Bermagui is an attractive town perched around a lovely little harbour and also boasts some, we are told, of the best coastal walks on this section of the coast. We opted instead to drive to the historical town of Cobargo. Well worth a visit, arty, crafty and probably ***** too. We enjoyed ourselves!
We must also mention the Beau incident. We had decided to have coffee at the Saltwater Cafe (right ...
... people on them kept shouting to us. As the QM2 got just in front of us the fireworks started. They lasted about 5 minutes and were nice. Also all the boats in the area were sounding their horns, so there was lots of noise also. I had just finished telling Ted that we didn't get a finale when all of a sudden more fireworks went off, including a spectacular finish! We finished our champagne and called it a night. When we woke up on Friday the 13th we were underway. We are in ...
... type thing - live bands, food tents, and beer tents - what more could you want! We then partied on through the night at another Irish pub, where there were many a jig to be had!
Days 119-125 (16th-22nd March)
Mid-week was pretty manic this week, as Abby started with her new team, so had lots to learn, and Katie received a pretty generous job offer, which gave her plenty to think about over the weekend. But after a lot of consideration ...
... Monday’s), Bondi beach was a good spot to enjoy a delicious lunch after our long walk. We initially shared a pizza between us, but it was so good we followed up our ‘starter’ with a repeat order for ‘main course’!
Despite every day in Sydney being good fun, jumping on ferries and exploring the harbour and suburbs we always enjoyed coming back to our little campsite and to be ...