DAY 150 – SUNDAY 21ST NOVEMBER – STENH
Trip Start Jun 28, 2010
209Trip End Jan 14, 2011
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We then headed towards Royston Head where they was a 4km walk, by this time Brit seemed a little better and after eating some lunch we all began the walk. During the walk I was texting my niece to ask my sister about how much medication I could give Brit. Having decided I would give her some more when we got back to the car we continued on (needless to say she didn’t need it!) The walk to Royston Head was on a sandy track and mostly uphill, but the views once we reached the end were great and we were looking down on a beach that was most inviting, however I wasn’t sure how we would get back up.
We then headed back to the van where we saw another black snake (not impressed having one so close to the van). Also as we pulled into our site we noticed something under one of the trees and saw an emu having a sleep. Dion and I then watched the V8’s while the kids played games. When we decided to have showers before heading for dinner we realised that the van had run out of water
It seems really strange to be camping in a national park and yet having dinner at a Tavern. Dion and I ordered the surf’n’turf, the kids ordered kids meals and we sat watching our van and looking out over the sea, quite a great spot. Once we had our dinner, everything was going well until I choked on a piece of meat. Gave both Britney and I a scare, but Dion and Lachy seemed unphased! When I finally came back Britney was in tears and the boys just kept eating. Needless to say I did take if very easy eating the rest of dinner! Not something I want to experience again and funny how your instincts kick in. We ordered sticky date pudding for dessert which we shared (could not have eaten a whole serving on our own). Then we headed back to the van which had the moon coming up behind it and seemed like a great way to finish our stay at Innes National Park. I would recommend to anyone heading this way to make sure you come and stay and check out the history here
Tomorrow we finally head to Adelaide where we hope to stay for a week.
Till Next Time
Stats for Today Money Spent $84.00