William Bay Country Cottages
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... Rob is still doing some work with the Department and I know we will stay in touch. His wife is very crafty (she's also a solicitor) and the kids were amazed at the dolls house and furniture she had made.
Homeward bound and it was lovely to step through the front door together as a family. Our house seems so big after living in a camper trailer for three months. After walking around the house Cadence jumped in the bath - such a ...
Well the Muir Highway lived up to it's reputation as being a lousy road! It's narrow, twisty, up and down, and generally not a great road with a big van in tow. Glad we were travelling on Sunday, there wasn't too much traffic about. A pretty intense couple of hours driving for Greg.
Parked up at Big 4 Ocean Beach Holiday Park located alongside the Wilson ...
... the salted caramel, pecan and chilli chocolate. Yes, altogether and yes, amazeballs! Dave liked the milk chocolate best and enjoyed an iced chocolate to wash it all down.
We checked out the Bush Food Cafe for lunch. The owners were a couple from the Netherlands who had moved to Australia looking for warmer weather and different culinary delights. They had set up the Bush Food Cafe, where they grew all their own native ingredients and ...
... then looked like the traditional Christmas ‘bomb’ had gone off, and we ate chocolate for breakfast – some things are the same no matter where you are!
The rest of the day was deliciously quiet. Mal cooked our turkey on the Weber, and I threw together a couple of salads. We then all sat around our little campsite reading, building lego and playing with fishing equipment. Pretty good day celebrating Jesus’ birth, all in ...
... to Polish Christmas carols and toasting our dearly departed.
Catching up by Skype and FT with our loved ones and then a lovely breakfast of left over pierogi, crispy bacon and fresh local eggs.YUM. Mince pies for morning tea and a lovely 5km brisk walk in the forest to make room for the wonderful dinner Rick cooked up. Pork Belly, roasted veggies and Christmas pudding all washed down with Champers and red ...