Salamander Beach Accommodation
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... again. I tell you this Satnav sometimes does the weirdest of things.
Port Stephens Dolphin Capital of Australia
Stayed at the Big 4 camp on Oyster Farm Road, Lemon Tree Passage by a lovely creek in a peaceful town. Gorgeous. Visited Nelson Bay the main bay of the Port , Shoal Bay and the beautiful much smaller Fingal Bay. it was here we spotted the dolphins. They were out there ages surfing in the waves. So lovely to watch. ...
... so after a very tasty steak dinner, we settled down for an early night. The next morning, however, it was clear I wasn’t going to be let off that easily: I had recurrent tonsillitis as a child and as a result, a tonsillectomy, but it leaves my throat a little vulnerable to passing viruses! Whilst I gargled aspirin and went back to bed, Peter and Hannah took the bus up to Fingal Bay, where Peter could take part in a Parkrun.
It was to be Pete’s first Parkrun ...
... a unicorn plush, that we later named Queef and let the desk guy at Wake Up decorate with a sharpie marker. Then we got back to Haymarket and we had the party bus at night, which Fredo, Alicia & I missed because we were too busy drinking goon in our room and also because we're too damn slow and lost. We finally got to catch the bus when it stopped at Side Bar (our hostel bar), but there was only one r left to go. :( It was still pretty ******* ...
... out?" (like it's only ever me that does it, and no-one else could ever possibly have a go at writing one themselves). "Well", says I, "it was last week or something wasn't it."
"No", says my darling wife, "it was six months ago. When are you gonna pull your finger out and....." To be honest I kind of tuned out around this bit so I can't carry on the rest of the conversation but you get the picture.
January was the hottest month on record ...
Stockton beach is located at the southern end of Newcastle and has some amazing sand dunes as well as views stretching to Port Stevens. White sandy beaches, made a friend with a crab!
Bar beach in Newcastle, a lovely beach as well, located 1 km from the CBD!
Blackbutts Nature reserve is just amazingly beautiful and we got to see some Australian animals in the local animal section of the nature reserve.