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... visiting Australia and New Zealand was on his bucket list of things to do, and then promptly asked us if you can drive to New Zealand from North Carolina. Saturday was a little cooler so we headed to Carolina Beach where we had initially planned to stay but couldn't get a camp booking. We were so pleased not to be staying there - it was so commercial after other beaches we had visited. There is a new wooden deck that has been built and that is pretty impressive and we enjoyed our ...
... the local area and go for Fish. Both were delicious, we spoke to the waitress for a few minutes as she had been to Europe in the last year or so. Visits to Rome, Germany somewhere and her favorite London. After dinner we return to the hotel for a drink in the bar, a limited offering with only beer, wine and soft drinks available. A couple of beers and a watch of the ice hockey later it's soon 11 o'clock and time for bed. We have another early start in the morning with the alarm set for ...
25th & 26th April - We needed a break and laundry day and Mal needed a rest from all the driving so we checked into a fairly plush Hotel 5 miles from downtown Wilmington. After a sleep in we drove to downtown. It had some beautiful antebellum houses but the centre was dead, and this was Saturday morning . So after half an hour walking, in the drizzle, we came ...
... work well to drive on freeways with no rear window. And these old Vans are much more rare over this side of the continent. As it turned out, the resolution was interesting, and actually a fun experience. Read on only if interested in vehicular, and especially old VW problem solving.
We checked into the Wilmington KOA, where the attendant was very helpful in assisting with a shop-vac to clean up all the bits of glass which was nicely spread all over ...
... a task given the
length of string. After that, I spent some time in the shade before we
headed out to hike the Basin Trail. The trail starts just behind the
visitor center and wanders through beach and salt marsh out to the
southern tip of the area. Along the trail, we saw many little Fiddler
Crabs scurrying in and out of the sand and marsh. At then end of the
trail is ...