Coolamon Holiday Apartments
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... All up a nearly 2 hour visit today. Guess that makes up for last week not being there.
Firstly though we have to comment on the excellent workmanship. Here are some examples:
Gas Box: made by DIY Fibreglass and manufactured for the current Sprinter range. This makes for a very neat fit rather than a sticking out style of box we have seen on other campers. DIY do an excellent job that is most pleasing to eye, ...
So we decide to start at the place we stayed on the way up the coast on the sea world road near the I'm a celeb hotel couple of other cars and camper there aswell, have our evening meal stew and spuds and settle in for the night. Approx 12 midnight a car pulls up along side and three men one women get out and start walking around shining torches on the ground clearly looking for something lots of swearing etc, figures it's a phone ...
... beautiful balcony restaurant overlooking the esplanade and the beach! It was easy to see why it was so very busy! Following dinner we walked along the foreshore enjoying the Wednesday market with around 50 stalls all with unique and quirky items. We finished up the evening with a Ben and Jerry's ice cream!! Literally the biggest two scoops of ice cream we have ever seen, we sat in the square enjoying the buskers and entertainment before heading back to the Islander. ...
... money for shopping lol! We spent the evening soaking up the atmosphere, loads of people shopping, Santa in a boat with Kangaroos pulling it along in the centre of town, there's a real buzz about the place. Also there was a huge Art and Crafts market on the front. We then enjoyed a lovely moonlit walk back to the hostel, picked up a couple of drinks and enjoyed them on the verandah.
... a bit of wind assistance I'm soon at the Pottsville turnoff, where I head East again and then up North along the coast. Now I'm on a nice quiet road, affording stunning views of beaches and oceans. I stop for lunch at 3pm at Cabarita Beach, where I grab some grilled barramundi and salad. I've been meaning to try some local seafood on my trip so am pleased to finally get the chance to have some. Barramundi is an Aboriginal word apparently, and it's a ...