P And O Cruise Pacific Jewel

We went on our first Family Cruise on the P And O Cruise Pacific Jewel, for our second son’s 21st Birthday Celebration. It was for only four nights but we loved it! He is not a kid that likes a big fuss so I knew that I couldn’t organise a Party for him – yet I did let the Cruise ship know about his Birthday and they gave him a cake at dinner time and sang Happy Birthday to him!

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Our First Family Cruise

Our second son Zachery turned 21 at the beginning of this month. And we have had a Cruise on our Bucket List for so very long so I suggested to our family that we all go on a cruise to celebrate together. Seen as how he doesn’t like to have any fuss made of him I knew a big party was out. And I wasn’t not going to celebrate his 21st Birthday – even though they all live in Sydney and we are currently helping out David’s parents in Bundaberg I was determined that we would be together for his big day.

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Sunset At Myall Lakes National Park

Something special about watching a Sunset At Myall Lakes National Park. If you know me, you know I love Sunsets! Actually I named my Business “Sunset Massages” because its my favorite time of the day. I have seen a few Sunrises in my time, but as I am not a morning person that is very rare – I am a night owl and would rather stay up late and sleep in the morning.

Have You Stayed At Myall Lakes National Park?

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Mungo Brush Campground Beach

So we have shared our thoughts about Myall National Park and Mungo Campsites {can’t recommend the smelly toilets but hey the view over looking the lake and the beach access makes up for it!}

Mungo Brush Campground Beach is literally across the road from the campsites. And you won’t believe the paradise you will walk out to when you are finished with waking up, having breakfast and ready to explore. Even the teenagers who don’t like to get out and explore will love the beach!

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Mungo Campsites

Sorry I haven’t been on here for so long. Its hard. Really hard to find the time to keep on top of the blog, keeping the motorhome clean, feeding our boys {why do we have to eat? Imagine how much time and money we would save if we didn’t have to eat!}, keeping on top of the washing, trying so very hard to finish my stupid studies online, starting up a business and then there is that thing called sleep.

Yeah time goes far too fast in one day.

Oh and a Puppy to train/care for/love on – gee she sure is easy to love on!

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Myall Lakes National Park

After our busy weekend in Sydney {yeah I am still playing catch up with our trip down South which was years ago – Joking – before our next adventure!} – With our older son’s engagement party and Vivid Sydney we had two nights free before our next booked accommodation. So David decided to look at our Camps 7 Book and check out Myalll Lake National Park and see if we could stay there for two nights.

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Vivid Sydney 2016

So I am still sharing our trip down South! After our Free Camping at Meroo National Park and our wonderful time Geocaching on Crapmton Island we headed back to Sydney, staying at Lane Cove National Park. That way we could easily catch a train to see Vivid Sydney {2016}

We have seen Vivid a few times now! And maybe one day we will see it again. We have seen it down at Darling Harbour one year – with music and light shows – gosh that was a great display that year!

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Crampton Island Geocaching

While we stayed at the Free Camping Spot at Lake Tabourie Beach I looked at any geoaches that would be close enough for us to walk to, but were not too hard to find.

Silly me! We decided to try the Crampton Island Geocaching that could only be done when the tide is right – the island is cut off from the beach when the tide is in!

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Lake Tabourie Beach New South Wales

While we were camping at Meroo National Park Free Camping Spot we were able to walk along the beach nearly every day – we had the beach to ourselves {almost!}. It was incredible – it was cold but when the sun was out we enjoyed every moment of the Lake Tabourie Beach New South Wales. The ocean, the sand, the waves, the salt, the sun – its pure heaven on earth 🙂

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Tamworth New South Wales

After our wonderful visit to Moree Artesian Aquatic Centre, and our crappy night stop at Red Bank Rest Area {Number 313 in the Camps 7 Book} we wanted to see and explore as much as possible in Tamworth New South Wales. We have been to the Music Festival previously but haven’t seen Tamworth in more depth. We headed to the great Information Centre, a great place where you can get free maps of the area and suggestions of what to do/where to go.

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