This is the Sea Cliff bridge built well away from the rock face because of the hazards of rock falls
Now I don't usually post pictures of loos but being a boater and knowing that no conversation is complete without the mention of one's toilet, the one below is nothing I have ever been in before. On entry, it welcomes you in and then locks the door, plays music whilst on the loo, dispenses the toilet paper by you pressing a button (but must remember to press again to stop it from spewing reams of the stuff) flushes the loo as soon as you place your hands under invisible taps which also does the soap and dryer and warns one that only 10 minutes is allowed for you to perform! What would happen if you took longer is anyone's guess!
Another stop at yet another beach to watch the huge surf. The wind was blowing a hooey and the spray off the waves was phenomenal. Great waves for surfing and most impressed by those on their boards.
The caravan was duly collected from Kiama, a very nice 4 berth of European standards rather than Australian. Apparently, the British vans are far superior, and we managed to change our original booking for this much lighter one. So far towing has been a doodle but those coastal roads with the many up and downy bits and twisty bends will be the proof. This photo below is our first site in Kiama and apart from actually parking on the beach, couldn't get much closer.
|Beach to the left and our van on the right.|
|Yea.... a Pelican|
|Silver coloured Damselfly|
|Fairy Wren male|