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... we walked over to Albert Park and met Lucy and Mark at the gate. We found good spots, got an obligatory burger and enjoyed the pre race entertainment; V8 supercars and Porsche cup racing before the drivers came out for the drivers parade. Lewis Hamilton was on pole, however he didn't have a great start and slipped into third after the first corner. Rosberg took the lead (where he stayed the whole race!) and an Aussie driver, ...
... and took in the beautiful scenery while soaking up some rays. We definitely noticed the difference in the air temperature down here, even in the sun. Its so much cooler, hence why we have been too chicken to go in the water! We got some chips for lunch from the local shop and cafe ($4 per person for a huge serving, which we though was quite cheap especially as it was a holiday weekend) and went off to explore some other bays. ...
... just the standard metal prison look people seem to go for that simply meets the requirements.
Peter and Mandy are such lovely people, generous with time and life and incredibly hardworking and busy with the B&B and pizza shop they run in Nowra, they use helpx in the true spirit by sharing there lives and using people like us to keep them motivated with the many projects they have to complete the vision for the property.
Chatting to Peter about his life was ...
... we ate at Subway and McDonalds, both of which taste so much better in a foreign land. My subway sandwich was to die for, even though it was the same sandwich I have been eating for the past 10 years and the eggs on my Macca's brekky were real! And don't even get me started on TimTam's. They are "the most irresistible chocolate biscuit". The only think lacking the food department is vegemite. It looks ...
... was an upside of not being able to make the turns properly because the other side of the road offered you the chance to go down a vertical incline in a blazing inferno that would have made the 6pm news. Win-win!
The drive was worth it though. The countryside through this part of NSW was incredible with thick lush vegetation lining the roads and the hills and rich green farming country located everywhere else. We tried to ...