Beachside Holiday Apartments
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... brighter there.
On arrival the sky had once again turned ominous though so we decided to quickly wolf down some lunch, snap a pic of the falls and get out. Pretty soon it became clear that we wouldn't make lunch + waterfall viewing, so Marc scampered off to take some pics whilst Lotte dawdled over her sausage and couscous. Lotte and I were just about finished and Marc was on his way back from the lookout when the heavens opened and we all made a mad dash for the car. Marc ...
... for Enrico to share our site at the Maleleuca caravan park, so he stayed both nights and ace to the happy hour too. Kellie, Corey and Zac as well as Daniel and Em were already there - in the evening we chatted to campers, the owners and their friends and family before sharing our Bambi pasta leftover with Enrico in the really nixed camp kitchen, whilst the others used the ...
... we wanted to see the coast line but it was too tricky.
Stopped for a late lunch at Bobby's Hill and had a walk along the beach. Kenn and Julie came and met us there so we could follow them into Port Macquarie. Such a beautiful part of the coastline here. Kenn took Moff and I on a driving tour through the area of all the gorgeous beaches and Julie kindly took the boys to the skate park.
Back to the Lifestyle Village ...
... ten minutes however I saw Chris coming back and coming to think of it everyone who had been in the water was getting out. I wondered if it was because the lifeguards were going home but it turned out a 4 ******* metre Tiger shark had been spotted near the shoreline! Needless to say we surprised and intrigued. Although the situation was lined with sods law for this was the first time Chris had actually managed to get his hands on a surfboard and it was a rare occurrence for a ...
... the luxury of carefree washing up. With this in mind, we cracked on with lunch before checking out the beach. At this point it became apparent just how neglected I was as a child. While I would look forward to games lessons at school where we'd be blessed with 2 hours cross-country in the torrential rain, it turns out on the other side of the world school kids of all ages are taken for surfing lessons during their PE periods. Suppose it's not exactly practical for DGS to ...