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... to nose in the middle of the night in a somewhat confrontational position. We sleep badly and decide to sleep separately until Sydney.
This gives us two sleeping options. Option A is the sleeping pod above the driving cabin, but this is really our loft space containing two large and two small suitcases, spare bedding and other storage matter. So in addition to the precarious use of a ladder to go to the loo in the night, and the fact that there is ...
... marred by the raging thunderstorm, whose assault we only narrowly escaped by taking refuge in a local bar. Needs must and all that... We ended our day by frequenting the local Irish bar, Scruffy Murphy's, and were treated to a night of Drag Queen Karaoke. Travel broadens your horizons right... The following morning, we hired bikes for the day. Picnic packed and helmets on, the breeze in our hair and the sun on our skin, we casually rode around the city taking ...
... in hundreds and thousands on a stick, Sarah had Banana Ice cream). We had a look round the plantation there and had a gander at the view point. After having our photos taken by the Big banana we made our way to Diggers Beach. Australia likes things BIG (there's a big crab, prawn, mango etc) and the first one was the Big Banana. We walked along the beach (and had a dip in the water - it was lovely and warm although Sarah almost lost her sunglasses in the waves) ...
... earlier, and when we got down to the waterfront we were disappointed to find that the only beach there was scruffy and really the only things of interest downtown were the Centre Mall, the long walking jetty (close to 1000 yards long), and the enclosed marina and the ocean walkway around the marina to the hill at the end of the harbour called Muttonbird Island. We walked the jetty, and then around the marina to the Island and as Rudi started up ...
... and fortunately I manage to catch the last part of it on video. As I leave, he gives me a tip - there's a cycle path from Woogoolga to Arrawarra that I can take, so I'll be able to avoid the highway. I eventually set off at twenty past ten. I feel that I need to get a move on, I don't want to be late! I find the start of the cycle path easily, but it is not well marked and suddenly I find myself on a rough dirt track. Surely this isn't it...? A little ...