Bali at the Bay
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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... running about on that lawn in 2 days. Needless to say I don't show Maria, who is sleeping. She may see it but hopefully not. She will find out of course but at this precise moment she needs good news after our agreement to 'soldier on' last night. We start the day in a mess, some of our belongings are in the camper trailer parked downstairs in the public car park, some are in the car and some are in this tiny room housing 4 people. Inevitably there will ...
... bucket, opens it, worst mistake ever, it was full of rotting fish guts, holy ****, the smell was revolting and it got stuck up our noses and followed us for the next km I’m sure of it, very valuable lesson learnt. Don’t Touch. We have woken up every morning to our 3 buddies the kookaburra staring at us, we have seen possums, birds of all colors and shapes and Whales!!! All in 4 days, great camping here, even if you can’t light fires ...
... small catamaran or something in between. Usualy we would have choosen the Cat but we wanted to be sure as the lady said, the cat is sometimes to small and arrives to late...so we decided for the big one. We where hoping that there are not so many people as we are in off season...not for the whales...it is now their high season as they migrate now alongside the cost up north...So we boarded the ship and where only hoping that no big bus fully packed with loud tourists arrived ...
... barramundi from the fisherman's co-op, served with minimum chips from the fish and chips shop - a feast fit for royalty.
All these towns, with intricate waterfronts and holiday makers activities, are missing something. The balance between 'sloppy' and 'trashy' is totally elusive. For example The Entrance is excessively over developed, with too much everything. This turns it into a 'try hard,' and a tad trashy. There were too many cafes, with very little ...
... 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 ...