Santa Fe Luxury Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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At first light I was still trying to digest the roast lamb.
Our first stop today was to the Big W. Big W is the department store owned and operated by Woolworth's. Woolworth's itself is a supermarket and they are everywhere. Big W is part of a larger shopping centre where we needed to find a sweater for Paula. Mission accomplished, we set off …
... fitted. We have pulled up at the showgrounds and pitched the tent. Nobody here, great skatebowl for the kids down the road and a tasty Indian takeaway nearby. Monty has a new scooter for his forthcoming fifth birthday. We are feeling relaxed. Hopefully head south tomorrow; wind and rain forecast, so we will try and dodge it! It's great to be on ...
... the top of the hill overlooking the city - I was delighted to see that the Big Banana looked exactly the same! We found a parking spot and spent 15 minutes lathering the sunscreen on all exposed skin as the temperature was soaring and the sun burning. With hats donned we made our way down to the complex. We all attempted to have family photos in front of Australia's most famous big icon with mixed success! Sometimes, it is ...
... to a searing 38 C with around 83% humidity. You might say that it was hotter than a dead dingo's donger. After some accidental detours, a ton of climbs, and about 90km of riding we finally made it to Dorrigo. By then I was so dehydrated that all I could do was sit in the shade and eat meat pies. At the end of the day we dropped down Dorrigo Mt. for 10km reaching speeds over 50kph and caught a ride back to Coffs Harbor. Heading south ...
... was not a problem. If I had a choice, I would prefer to spend extra nights and relax at Port Macquarie, but at $36 a night, our 4 nights here would be the equivalent of one night there.
The other advantage of coming at such a quiet time was that there were some great meal deals at all the local pubs and clubs. That first night we hoed into steak, chips and salad for $9.50, with a schooner of James Squire for $2.50. We thought we had earned ...