- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
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... about it, and I couldn't tell east from north etc etc. I was kinda not liking the first bit of trying to get out of the city....its fairly narrow roads and nothing goes straight for very long...no idea what direction I was travelling. I just put blind faith in the gal....I was going to go to Bondi beach...but with the rain...and grey clouds hanging around decided against it and to get on me way. I had to get to Bateman's bay...where me first ...
... to use natures toilet facilities. Roger sat in his kayak and laughed as she then tried to get back in through the mud and get the kayak back into the water. We paddled around for a few hours with one more stop, this time on a sandy beach area, so the exit and entry was a bit more graceful. We saw a few pelicans and a lot of fish jumping out of the water. By this point with tiring arms (Nic's anyway) we headed up to Pebbly Beach to have ...
... rock formations and an extensive view of Lake Tabourie and the beach. Played our last Eucre game for the holidays and the boys won again! They are just too sharp for us or maybe just plain cunning. Next trip, we won't need any of the board games that we bought with us. All you need is a pack of cards which are light, easy and transportable, not to mention lots of fun. Happy days. One more ...
... must be the bad side; going downhill on the other side would be decidedly better.
Wrong!! After pausing on the ridge to load some more easy-to-collect firewood, I started down the other side. Lord, how was it possible to come up a track so steep with cross-drains the height of a kitchen bench?! The truck, now in low, low range, practically stood on its nose in a couple of places. How long was this going to go on? Still hanging on for ...
... a crutch out of a broom. Unfortunately he had to pack up and head back to Sydney. We went to nearby Cunjurong and the entrance of Lake Conjola where we tried out Dave and Ruby's stand-up paddle board (otherwise known as a SUP). Even I managed to stand up and shakily paddle the thing which led to plans of a new purchase and envisaging early morning supping sessions on the harbour. Liz cracked open a bottle of Moët for our second and final night and we reminisced our time ...