Smiths Beach Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... it. They are only tents to the extent that they have fabric roofs but otherwise are luxury hotel rooms with a private deck and those fabulous views of the rock. The resort works on an all inclusive basis with all food and drink included as well as various guided trips each day. When we arrive we are taken to the Dune House, a large tent which serves as the restaurant and bar. We have a glass of fizz while one of the ...
... we are staying, Geograph Scripture Camp. Now, everyone know's that I've stayed at summer camps like Camp Hamilton before, I enjoy camping in the woods, and am familiar with being outdoors. This camp as we drove up looked like something out of a horror movie. I half expected to see hundreds of slave kids being kept secret off the record. That being said, once we saw the facilities, got to walk around the campground, and got our bearings, ...
It's back to the drawing board and this is last post for this travel blog.
At home in early April to find our dear old Uncle Don not doing well. Very stressed by developing dementia and the need to move into more secure area of the nursing home. Then he fell and chipped his hip bone. Very painful and very distressing for him he quickly went down hill health wise.
Annie with him when he passed away on May ...
... would be a great place to stay for a while, with plenty of stuff to do for the kids, but we were ready for a rest. I for some reason got a double scoop, which was a meal in itself, and mightn't need dinner later this evening.
We went to a great show at "The Shearing Shed". It was a small working sheep farm where the guy has set up a great show where he takes you through the whole process of running a ...
... had calmed down, we walked down to the beach. Yes the water was cold, but we walked north around the bay, the kids found some waves and had a bit of a muck around. It was about 5pm and there were heaps of people down at the beach. We sat and watched the sunset a little, then back to camp for dinner. Another uno comp (1 win each to Ky and Connor) then to bed in the tent for the kids. It was a shame the 3 year old in the tent behind us was screaming ...