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... with essential oils, kids toys, art, clothing and
food. There was even a booth to enter and get a photo with a macaw
and another nearby to do the same with crocodiles and snakes. I
didn't quite like that manner of animal use, but kept my mouth shut.
Jazmyn and Olly bought some jewelry and went on a hunt for good sushi
before picking up our bags from the hostel.
changed into more travel-friendly clothing, then hopped on the tram
We have arrived in the heart of NE NSW, a very favourite place of mine. And today was the first day without a woollen jumper. Sunny and warm at last.
We are staying at a very laid back caravan, van, camping park which borders the Mount Warning NP. So plenty of rainforest, bird life and a bubbling creek at my back are included for free. From here we will explore out on day trips unless something else pops up.
... We decided that we would just head to the Gold Coast early. We were planning on heading over around 2 so we were heading over a few hours earlier. The Gold Coast. Well again another place where I'm not sure what I expected but what we got wasn't what I thought when I pictured 'The Gold Coast'. All I can describe it as is what Benidorm is to the UK, the Gold Coast is to Aussies. Don't get me wrong the beaches are lovely but it is just a place full of the high rise hotels ...
The camping ground went through an amazing transition over the weekend. It filled up on Saturday with tent campers and a few caravans. Mainly campers that wanted the camp fire experience. When we arrived there would have been about 20 campers but by the evening there would have been 200. By Sunday lunchtime it was back down to 20 people. Thunderbird Campground is next to our ...
... Ben, Rob, Will and Connor went down to the sea for a paddle. Thankfully, nobody was foolhardy enough to swim in the powerful swells. With a mere forty minutes remaining before midnight, we felt the first plump drops of rain. Our little party held out longer than most, hoping that we were only feeling the effects of a passing shower. As the mass exodus continued from the beach, we realised that our position was untenable, especially since we had ...