Hawaiian Sands Motor Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... some more remarkable peoples and remote regions we would like to visit - and hopefully will: Svarlbad (north of Norway), Thule (far northern Greenland), Hudson Bay and the Northwest Territories (Canada), and Tierra del Fuego (South America). But, Australia is still Home, and Home is where all that we miss while we are away is found: family, friends, the 'Bush', the beaches and the GAFA.
So, if this diatribe - purporting to be a post script - makes any sense at ...
... conditions. There were several surfers out riding the waves though.
It was at one of these photo stops, that I have a reputation for driving past at full speed, that I pulled in and bumped against a curb. Yes you guessed it, a flat tire ensued while we were having lunch. A passer by noticed it and offered to help me change the tire. While this Good Samaritan and I were doing this, his woman of Samaria and Paula sat on the edge ...
... 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 !!
... got to the busy beach with white sand and massive choppy waves. We tried riding the waves getting smashed majority of the time before getting out, playing some rugby and getting even more tanned. Chloe, Oscar and I eventually got bored so made our way to the camp site leaving Mum and Dad to have a drink at the beach. Oscar had a bit of a mare on the way back stepping in some Tarmac that was melting (that is how hot it is). He pulled his flip flop having a blow ...
... were told a lot about the stars. Got to see the Southern cross for the first time. Sat up drinking with Martina, Dominik and Florien after midnight. Woke up pretty early as it was so hot in the tent.. Had breakfast and off early to be the first group to Eli creek. Got to jump in then swim down the creek, so clean!! We then headed to the Mohena shipwreck which is so random, just wedged on the beach slowly disappearing. Next stop was Indian Head. The story behind its name was ...