Hawaiian Sands Motor Inn
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... 7 pm we could see why. There was a queue of young things showing photo ID to get in. I stood in the queue while John wandered to the front to speak to the girl on the door. She said 'no photo ID no entry'. We obviously didn't have any with us, strangely enough we don't get asked for it very often. John explained why we wanted to go in and they thought it was such a lovely reason, they let us jump the queue! If we were ...
... was a nothing day really - lots of rain (100 mill). On Saturday, we packed up and drove to Alstonville and found a nice spot at the showgrounds.
Sunday November 30 - drove to Ballina on the coast and met Ken and Lyn Delany at their home. We met them over a drink at Burdekin Dam on June 1st and had exchanged details. They took us for a drive around Ballina with lunch at the RSL. They live in an over 55's ...
... myself to a neck, shoulders and back shiatsu massage under a tree :-). I then ate a hasty lunch before escaping all the AFl grand final excitement by going for a rather long walk to buy Rod a pie. I ended up walking up into the forest and a lovely lookout over Bellingen before returning, post game, with a meat lovers pizza instead, to a jubilant Rod. The after game concert was a pretty good idea and we were entertained over dinner( soup for me!), for this, our last night in ...
... I had played down the significance of this journey because lots of
families travel around Australia these days. How hard can it be? All I have to
do is remember to ‘Go with the flow’ and ‘trust the process’ and ‘live life
simply’ and any other insightful words of wisdom I can conjure up and then it
will all be a walk in the park….wont it?
Now as I look back there was a lot of preparation and in
... bases, return the bottom cushions and add an infill cushion fom the loft, then make up the bed. And there you are. Its a not very long double but Jane just about fits in snugly, so thats the arrangement for the rest of the trip.
That evening I look across at Jane and say, `bet you'll be glad to get back into a double bed with me when we get to Sydney', and she nods and smiles. Aah, that's nice. Now I knew that there was a softer side to Lady T all along !!