Wych Wood Forest Escape
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... from the library. Life at Hope Island obviously doesn't prepare you for coping with the vagaries of life or the back seat of planes. The only comfort I can take from this is remembering the comedian who said he always travelled at the back of the plane because whoever heard of a plane backing into a mountain. Arrived Darwin in one piece. Staying at Sohos Suites. Walked down to the Waterfront for a drink and a meal, cab home to watch Queensland beat NSW by one ...
... where the bass player looked like Newton Faulkner! Great band, playing some cool original music in the Railway bar, which was pretty ace.
Time for one last lazy day on the beach (further round towards the headland) with the board on the point breaks as opposed to the beach breaks. Tan is coming along lovely, better than Glenn's surfing at least.
Back at the campsite it would've been rude not to ton in the pool/jacuzzi again, and quickly again in the ...
... couldn't judge to well to jump. He had arthritis or something too and could retract his claws which was a bit of a problem.
After we left Murwillumbah we had 3 weeks to get down to Melbourne so we went wine tasting in Mudgee (what else). Stayed out on a river reserve which was part of the Long Paddock, a little known fact that the Long Paddock is crown land and anyone can camp on it for three days. We were right in the middle of the wine area and a herd of cows. ...
... off accordingly to get some breakfast... Some Kellogg's cereal and milk from Aldi supermarket, as well as cans of tuna and microwaveable rice pots for lunch and dinner. Oh yes. I'm living the life of luxury, people. Tuna and rice... Who wants to eat at a Michelin star restaurant when you've got that waiting for you in the cupboard for dinner?!
First things first though, I need some new friends. My worst fear was that travelling the East ...
... where we had booked a Hostel.
Another stop along the coast at Yamba we used to check out the Pippi Beach and found a little cafe/bar in the backyard of a house.
Here we had another short break and enjoyed some live music in the shade of a tent and had some lemonade.
From here I was given the driving position for the last 200 km or so. I especially enjoyed the last couple of ...