Bali at the Bay
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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... allowed the Dualis to stretch its legs. Which turned out to be a bit short. Read: needs bigger engine. But the cruise control was the best I've used. Win! The Hoppos moved here about a year ago and we've been keen to go check it out. Great spot! They showed us all the local places of interest. And there are lots! I loved the Gymea Lillies which were in flower. Next day we went and cooked eggs and bacon on the electric BBQ at the marina. Nice!!! ...
... dear men cook the BBQ food, AFTER we had bought the meat, marinated it, cooked the vegetables or made the salad, cut the bread, set the table and put out the condiments etc etc. We then clear everything away at the end of the meal, because our husbands had 'cooked tea'!!! You gotta love 'em! P: "What choo talkin' about, Willis?" Looking forward to a sunny weekend - the weatherman promised, and I always believe the ...
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160. Old Brewery Angus Pale Ale (WA)
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... the end of the road with it until we got here and we have sort of got attached to it now.
So, after 18 nights, and 3086 kms of driving we finally head into Sydney, and suddenly tons of traffic for the first time. The deal was that we were expected to bring the van back empty of fuel and we judged that there was just enough fuel to get us to the depot. I hadn't really expected however that the final 30 kms would be ...
... Greg turns up in his jeep, accompanied by his two sons, Chris and Alex. Soon enough we're out on the water, putting the sails up on the little craft. How awesome can you get?! I manage to get a quick video as we head out from the shore. The wind is pretty strong and it's quite choppy as we get out from the cove. Greg suggests getting some life jackets on. We're only 100m out from the shore, surely an easy swim back if needs be? Suddenly the metal sail boom swings over my head ...