Beachport Bed and Breakfast
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... night like that. Everyone was stopping there cars in the middle of the street just to watch it all happen.
We went home and well had some more ice cream with mango on top and went to bed to have an early start on my last day in P.M.
The next day Jim took me onto Hibbard Ferry to the other side of Port Maq to Blackmans Point where there was a beautiful beach with absolutely no one on it. I had an entire beach to myself to go swimming in. We went for a walk and a swim ...
... be cancelled.
Alan's traumatic ten hour surgery was however very successful although optional chemotherapy was advised to mop up any possible remaining cancer cells. Alan did not get to the end of his treatment. Just after Cycle One, he suffered an almost fatal bowel haemorrhage - thought to be caused by his treatment. On an awful July evening after being air lifted by helicopter to the wonderful John Hunter Hospital at ...
Once there we brought some produce and had a coffee then went and picked some strawberries. After saying our goodbye's and thanking Jeff, Keiren and the boys for a great weekend we headed back to the vans to get them ready to leave tomorrow. I washed the 4WD at the car wash on the way back. When Dave and Lynne arrived back we headed up to the Royal Hotel for a drink. Dinner and the X Factor tonight and an early night was on the ...
... we last saw them. They both looked relaxed.
After lunch we headed out for a look around. First stop was the Black Duck Brewery. It's a new brewery, only just over 12 months old. We bought a sample paddle containing 4 different beers. Lynne had a Grumpy's Ginger Beer. The beers were OK, but I don't think I'll change to their brand.
Back in the cars for a drive down the coast south of the town. We checked out, Nobby Head Obelisk and Harry's Lookouts. It was cloudy, ...
Not far out of Port Macquarie and the fuel tank is very low, and no service stations in sight. Bren was getting more and more anxious. Just making it to the turn off the Pacific Highway towards Port the welcome sign of a big green and gold BP was a delight to our eyes. After filling up and thanking our lucky stars we navigated our way to Warwick's home. Here we were welcomed by Ruth, then soon ...