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... cream ever, it was soo yummy! I chilled out for a bit there before heading back to the hostel where I spent the afternoon in a hammock reading my book.. Realising how lucky I am! then had BBQ for dinner at the hostel, it was very yummy and filled me right up, I still had ages to wait after dinner so I decided to go on a walk to the shop to get a chocolate bar, sums me right up really! ...
... cream At the camp site we are now staying at, they have wild kangaroos. You are not allowed to feed them or else they mite bite you. The camp site is next to An old prison used in the 17 hundreds it is now a tourist attraction we are going there tomorrow, we can,t go there because I have hurt my shin and can not really do much at the moment (bummer) stay tuned for more about our ...
... does have old prison cells. Apparently, Charles Dickens worked here from 1837 to 1839 while he wrote Oliver Twist and in 1978 The Clash were put on trial and found guilty in the infamous pigeon shooting incident.
Hopefully, during my one day in London before the tour I will get to the British Museum and maybe Harrods.
Our Topdeck tour starts on the 10th of January in London and then returns ...
... just gorgeous with its wide white beach and little village!
The 30 km scenic drive looping off the highway just south of Macksville was a pleasant diversion and we took note of the camping grounds at Scotts Head, right on the beach and very appealing; Grassy Head, an older shabbier camping site behind the dunes.
... the best markets I have been to.
Then onto Iluka to visit John's cousin. Weather has been very changeable. Wednesday it was very warm (around 30 deg), yesterday it was cloudy and cool. Today we moved on to Macksville and stayed at a great freebee. It was along the river about 5 klm out of Macksville. Great spot
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