Sails Luxury Apartments
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- Tennis Court
- Outdoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
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Tuesday evening I spent the night with a German family. Martin is the man of the house with a thick German accent. Everything is **** to Martin. The roads, they are ****. The soil, it's ****. The trees, ****. Martin needs a vacation. After putting in a final 80k on Wednesday I have been hiding out at Three Pond Farm. My hosts are David and Yavone Gimmel. They Occupy the property along with their two cats, Honeybear and Chillydog. Yavone runs ...
Prices here are insane. Australia is now the most expensive country to travel to in the world, second being France. Hmmmm - we choose our holidays well!!
We are eating in everyday and no coffees or cappuccinos which are 7 dollars a pop , so about £3.75!
Prawns are cheap though. So Emile and I enjoyed some big prawns and mayo. Made a nice change from the spicey Malaysian prawns which made your eyeballs burn and your fingernails ...
... possible to get that far. As we are in winter the days grow dark around 5.30pm which is something we did not anticipate. Dave did not want to drive in the dark as their are no street lights and you have to be careful of kangaroos hopping out into the road. (It's nice to have another thing to worry about). If you hit one of them our road trip is over and Dave's credit card is history. We found a campsite in a place called Booti Booti on a small stretch of land with ...
With only a couple of days left in Forster, Reino is keen to have a game of golf as he lines up for his 18 holes, I am on a mission to walk back down toward town via the Beach rd. Famous last words you can't access it from this part of beach so I treck through the back streets all up hill by the way to finally came out on to the Road I ...
... and then back up again. The kids did very well though not needing any help other than a steadying hand at times.
On Sunday morning we went to Taree and met an extremely friendly bunch of people; everyone in Taree seemed to be friendly for that matter, wherever we went people said g’day. We ended up at the local sailing club for a cheap lunch before heading back to the van to tidy up and get ready to head off the next ...