Hawaiian Sands Motor Inn
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... arts and crafts capital of the area, full of heritage buildings, antiques, crafts and galleries. It sounded a bit like Tilba Tilba, near Tathra, so we thought it would be a good day out. As we drove towards the town, there were cattle farms everywhere, and as we entered the town there was a big sign for a butter factory. This all seemed very promising.
We went to the Tourist Info centre to get some maps and advice. The lady basically said to ...
... s gorgeous words at the 11th hour….he’d say ‘think we
should have started all this months ago’.
So, after renovating our house, landscaping the gardens,
cleaning, scrubbing, garage selling stuff, throwing out stuff, giving away
stuff and then packing and storing stuff, and trying to pre-empt our needs for
12 months living in a caravan, we were set. Amanda Flack…..no words will
describe the support ...
... routine but now after a week we seem to be pretty organized. We can get up and out in 30 min!!!! .
My theory is that ants are going to take over the world. There are billions of them everywhere. And they bite! And then there are the sand flies, they bite too!! But they sell "deet" in this country. Is that a good thing? It is for us as we have NO resistance.
The campsite that we are staying in is filling ...
... display of a typical Dutch town. All structures were hand made using timber and fibreglass and paint. A lot of work had gone into this.
Back to the caravan for lunch. Then the swimming pool. The girls just love it. The weather also helps. High 20's every day.
Lynne cooked a roast pork with vegies for dinner. All but one enjoyed this, They loved their own meal of pasta.
Some of the gear was packed up in preparation for our move tomorrow.
Up bright and early to walk to the harbour for our whale watching tour. The boat was full (20ppl). Also on board was one very annoying dog who belonged to the owner of the boat. It was cute to begin with as it was tiny and wearing a life jacket, the cuteness quickly wore off as it barked in our ears the entire journey, a high pitched yelp. It was also rather aggressive and didn't like people being on the boat so it would snap at you (raised eyebrows). ...