Coffs Harbour Holiday Apartments
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... that the shuttle was about to pick people up, went outside and they’d disappeared, went down to the car park and asked them if we could have a lift back! So we didn’t have to walk back or wait for the shuttle!
There were new people in our room when we got back so we spoke to them for a while, it was an all english room for a change which was nice! Found out there was cheap pizza tonight but had food that needed eating tonight. Ended ...
... had to cross the road to check in for my final flight. When I arrived home, Buffy and Lucky were a bit suspicious and standoffish at first, but after 24 hours all is forgiven, and we are all back to normal. I will catch up with everyone soon, as I have given myself a couple of days to get over everything. Hope you have enjoyed the adventure as much as I ...
... Apart from an interesting drive up 1100 meters and great views along the way,the chance to see examples of the Antarctic Beach trees at the top (thought to be many millions of years old genetically) was a wonderful - the QLD/NSW border could be seen at the top of a densely forested ridge a kilometre north.
The time came for us to leave the company of Margaret & Lionel and head south.
We have ...
... up extremely well and has a lovely place of her own to call home, now. On Friday we drove up to see Mat, Rhonda and the boys. Last day of school and the boys were doing an Easter Pageant for their assemble, we arrived just in time. Archie was singing in the choir and Angus had to do a small reading with his class. After it was over we took the boys home ...
... s somewhat questionable capital, Canberra. Declared the political capital after it became clear the country could not decide between Melbourne and Sydney, Canberra was unceremoniously plonked in the middle and named as such. Feeling like a cross between The Truman Show and The Hunger Games, cars and people seemed to move in meticulous motion, as if on a conveyer belt, to fool newcomers that all is 'normal'. Our walk towards Parliament House only intensified ...