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... Standing Stones that we will check out and get photos on our way north.
Attended the Panthers Club to see Irish comedian Jim Eoin, enjoyed the show, his facial expressions are hilarious. He did two stints and the most memorable joke was: Paddy says to Patrick "what kind of ringtone do you have". Patrick says "I'm not sure I think it is a brownish/pink" (boom boom).
Will finish this entry and start a new one for Port Macquarie when we return from the Queensland trip.
... of our time in Oz surrounded by (often annoying) 18 yr olds.
Whilst at the golf club a slightly crazy looking man said we must go down to the ‘V’ (harbour wall) as there is often wildlife spotted there. So after lunch we did just that and walked along the harbour wall. The rocks that have been put down to shelter the bay had all been gratified, but the good kind with people drawing pictures or just putting nice words or messages. ...
... to ignore Sal and head back to the highway, arriving at Petr and Brenda's around 4.30.
Was so lovely to see our old friends again and we quickly popped the champagne and got into the nibbles, before a delicious curry dinner that Brenda had prepared.
Unfortunately it is raining, so all our washing that we intended doing here, is looking a little dubious at present. Fingers crossed for fine weather tomorrow when we shall start exploring Port ...
... out we decided to go to the river nearer the town. We would have headed there first but the fact we technically needed a fishing license to fish deterred us seeing as the river was where all the fishermen go. That said we always had British naivety on our side which seemed to work quite well at getting out of tricky situations. We found a nice spot by the river and after I tracked back a bit to find my fallen tobacco tin we begun fishing. It really didn’t go well though, it ...
Today my next stay, Port Macquarie. What a funny name! I arrived yesterday evening with, yes, the greyhound bus! Again the hostel came to pick us up with their little van, it seems that is the habit here in Australia, I very much appreciate! I timed today, it would have taken me 15 min at most, but with all the bags, no fun!
The hostel is a little out of the centre, it is more a house in a street with houses, which I most of the time prefer to ...