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... retracing our tracks from Monday on the Nerang-Murwillumbah Road. We found the turn in the road where we had seen the car crash ... and found the only (quite small!) potholes, just on the side of the road that I had managed to catch and cause our flat tire. We really had gotten quite unlucky!
A short while further down the roadway, we came upon Pine Creek Road. Our GPS told us to turn left (and that it was 14km ...
... wasn't great so wasn't really a day for the beach. We'd been here previously with Helena and Daniel and weren't impressed with it then or now. It has a bit of a chavvy feel to it with big chain shops, bars and cafes and huge high rise buildings. It lacks character and is a bit like what is imagine Benidorm to be like. We didn't waste much time before we high tailed it to the place in Australia we love the most, Byron ...
... favorite team (Hawthorne Hawks) come from behind to win against the Sydney Swans. Drank a few more beers, were lazy and went to bed. A very good day...
Sun, Surfing, Beaches & Good Friends
We had scheduled surfing lessons at 8:45 the next morning so not sleeping in. Time for version two of consuming Vegemite. This time we had Vegemite on toast like before but added a poached egg on ...
... had a number of different animals other than kualas as well. We fed a few kangaroos, and walked around viewing all the different animals, had a quick chat with a bird who took a liking to us, he just made a sound every time we did so it was quite funny! Afterwards we went for a walk at mount coo tha. Not a mountain, just a hill area with nice gardens and has a lookout point over Brisbane city which was really nice in the sun. Back home in the evening and cooked ...
... area for Campers and Tents only. Woo hoo our motorhome is now a camper - or so we have decided, so this is a good possibility for the first night accommodation when we pick the camper up. We then drove through the back byways Roadvale (what a cute town) thence Harrisville, Marburg (beautiful) and home the usual route via Esk.
What a wonderful day. Left at 9am and home at 7.15pm and drove over 510km!!!