Kiama – Day 4 & 5

Day 4 was a pretty lazy one. Unfortunately Harriet had to leave us. The rest of the day was spent reading, relaxing and taking Christy to the pool.

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Dinner was a quorn pastry with some sweet potato gems.

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Day 5 was a bit more action packed. It started with a yummy breakfast of scrambled eggs, baked beans & mushrooms.

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Then I set off on a walk.

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I didn’t realize that this was part of the Kiama Coast Walk, which I’ve had on my to-do for since it opened a few years ago.

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At the top of the steps I had my first ever sighting of a red belly black snake. Be sure to watch my vlog if you want to see the snake.

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These are the markers for the coastal walk.

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Looking back towards Easts Beach.

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This is over the little bridge and around to the next headland.

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I didn’t venture too far as I had no water and didn’t want to be gone too long.

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No long after I got back, Christy came back from plaster painting.

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I made Amy & I some quesadillas for lunch.

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Followed by a yummy cup of tea.

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The afternoon was spent relaxing and reading, with a trip to the pool as it was far to windy for the beach. In fact a huge part of  a tree only just missed falling on Christy & I on our way to the pool.

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Really impressed with this Australian Women’s Fitness mag.

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An hour or so later we headed back to the van.

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This is what was left of the tree, about half came down.

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We had amazing sunset. I had to keep going back outside as it kept getting better and better.

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Tonights dinner was a stirfry.

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3 comments

  1. Deidre says:

    Hi again 🙂 Love the look of that quesadilla! Also, my daughter and I also like the Women’s Fitness mag. It is a good value mag I think. Good luck with getting back into the swing of things Libby.

  2. Ailsa says:

    Those sunsets sure are magnificent.I haven’t seen that tea on the shelves before, but will look out for it, sounds tasty! Great scenic pics again!

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