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... the people at the tourist info. Before though Doug had a pint at a local pub as it was happy hour :) and we bought some beer and cider to take on board with us. The boat was beautiful and definitely different to most of the ones available! We got a nice seat at the front of the boat and cruising up the river we came across two sea eagles fending off another bird from their best! Apparently they're the 2nd biggest predatory bird in Australia. That was ...
... not have to join the line to get the tickets but had to join the long line to get in. The seats were not pre-booked so you had to take what was available, luckily we managed to get two seats next to the aisle toward the back. Another good movie, to me it was the best of the series.
Today Monday December 29th, the sun finally shone, so we went into Port Macquarie firstly to do a blood test for a PSA level for the surgeon, hopefully it will be negative like the fist ...
I would have like to re-visited Bellingen but given the lateness of the hour we would have been looking at it in darkness … so on we drove as the sun set and the road and surrounding bush were soon pitch black.
We eventually arrived at Port Macquarie at 6.35pm - a tad over 9 hours of driving. We were given an extra large room on the first floor - great – dragging ...
... dragging myself from the covers I took a walk down to the supermarket, caffeined and nicotined up, to do some food shopping. After making myself an exceedingly large lunch of beans and scrambled eggs on toast I made the long walk to the towns Koala hospital where I was due to meet Chloe and Chris. It was a really damn hot day and beads of sweat kept dripping from my brow, something that is happening at a worrying rate. The Koala’s were infinitely cute, their dim faces melting ...
... Wauchope where this is a recreated timber village called Timbertown.
Scary when Reino started to feel at home in the sawmill, its just like the one he worked at in Baranduda.
I leave you with this blessing
love to all