Jimmi's first blog
24.03.2011 - 24.03.2011 27 °C
1770 there is no future in it.
The boss has been nagging me to write one of these blogs so she can have a day off, so here it is. I've chosen to tell you about our last day in the town of 1770 (so named because that is the year when a bright young sea captain named Jim first steped off his boat and sank up to his waist in mangrove mud in what was later to be called Queensland, but I'm sure that after such a landing this beautifull state could have been called many things that cant be repeated here...)
Our last day in 1770 started as many before it have done with a few coffees in the van and then off for a late breakfast at a local "nosh pit" which just happens to be the name of the place where we had lunch later in the day (but I get ahead of myself).
So its breakfast in Agnes Water and then a bit of a look through a few shops before heading back to the van for a nanna nap following a swim in the pool. By then it was time for lunch so we headed to "The Nosh Pit" for a burger for me and a salad for Tina and then we caught up with the ever loud and lovely Wendy, who I hadnt seen in years (we used to go out together) and her fella, Ed, to catch up on whats been happinin' of late.
After lunch it was back to the van park to slowly pack as much of our stuff up as we could in preperation for our immenant departure. That night we decided to have dinner at the resteraunt "The Deck", that was located in the van park and run by the owners of the park, the view and the setting were magic as was the service, sadly the food was rather ordinary and very over priced.
All in all it was another great day in 1770 or if you believe some historians....*#%¥?! Town.
(I'll throw a pic in somewhere).