Black Swan Waterfront Motel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Room service
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Decision to switch to water later on last night vindicated as the stark realisation of having to pack and be out of the room by 12 noon dawned on me as Deb and I got up at 10am! We all managed to pack and be out of the rooms by 12 which with Marc and Sean is nothing short of miraculous! We checked our main luggage into storage at the hotel and set off looking to kill some time until we had to leave for the airport. We thought maybe a movie so we set off for the cinema only to ...
... toys and a yard and a park will all be part of the plan. In the meantime, this afternoon was Sag and my's chance to take Zach and Samira out for treats. We don't send Christmas or birthday gifts because of the cost of shipping so have been looking forward to taking them out and buying them something special. Samira chose a ring and bracelet, Zach chose a watch and we are thrilled. They were so cute making their selections and we then ...
... ferns – it’s quite a sight. Unfortunately, the waterfalls really aren’t – they’re OK, but nothing spectacular (we’re starting to use the phrase "they’re no Iguassu" a fair bit!) We complete the circuit back to the car then continue on. As we head towards the coast we notice that there seems to be an unusually large amount of road kill over on this side of the island – ...
... but has learnt we can overcome this temporary disability and find ways to still be included in the fun. Riding bikes, no problem, Chasing cousins too. Swimming, no problem. Being pumbled by a wave and resurfacing with wide eyes of elation, like - whatever!! We've worked out a system to cover his arm that is sooo water-proof. He and Ruby have played for hours in the water and he comes out dry as a bone cast, and as content as us all. I'm sure ...
... for Swansea. Stopped for lunch at Browns Flat Rest Area. This is a new facility built with the highway upgrade. The rest area caters for trucks, cars and vans (unisex toilets and shelter sheds also). You can also camp overnight for free for just the one night if you could stand the noise from the highway. Travelling on the Newcastle inner city bypass meant a smooth journey from Raymond ...