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... some audio books on the laptop and bring the blog up to date on my iPad. Two lessons occurred, do not try and download too many books at once and do not try to save your draft blog report at the same time. Consequently I lost what I had done on the iPad and left it till today to redo it again.
Took some pictures of our Christmas lights when it got dark. Pictures really don't do it justice.
As we will be here for a month I will add to this entry as we ...
... in random places.
As we got back into the car we saw some people eating something and chucking bits into the sea. We watched for a few minutes trying to work out what they were eating but eventually we got so curious we got out the car to ask. They were eating “Pig faces”. They are little plants that grow in the sand dunes and if you squeeze the root what can only be described as a gooey, salty strawberry pops out. They let us ...
... fault, it's the red wine.
So took a loonnng walk to town this morning along the breakwater, really nice, gorgeous day about 22 c and clear blue skies, I guess winter will appear sometime!
We had an overnight stop with Sharon & Steve Curtain at Evans Head and talked all evening about one thing and another, but much of it about their new home development, which is a lovely duplex overlooking the river.
Not much else ...
... myself in those brief few seconds of falling that felt like eternity stretched out that the coral underneath me was razor sharp, something was going to get cut and did I want to risk letting my body just fall or should I thrust my hands out to break the descent. In the end my natural instincts reacted and my right hand shot beneath me and fell against a lump of the dangerous coral. It sliced through it like a warm knife through butter and pain erupted in my palm. I staggered back ...
... turned on my good ear and heard nothing anymore and fell asleep like a baby... to wake up this morning around 7, fresh and ready for a new day, while my roommates were all sleeping in;-)
I had nothing to eat so intended to go for a good breakfast at a terrace. Asking a map of the town to a lovely young lady that was also awake, we start to talk. Alice is French, has a working holiday visa and spent already 8 months here in Australia, still ...