Outrigger Bay Apartments
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... organ, set up in the corner doing all sorts incl Jimi Hendrix, a bit of rock and a bit of country on a back drop of shiny grey and orange curtains, whilst the oldies of Bellingen danced and twirled and generally had a great time. Fantastic. It was really a wonderful night - the girls were alternately mesmerised and embarrassed (old people dancing is too much for any teenager especially in the stripy trousers) Personally, I could have sat there watching all night but the smelly ...
... struggled as per usual... Afterwards, we dragged ourselves out and back up to our van which was overlooking the beach, had a brew and warmed up while watching the sun go down - perfect. Later on we drove into the main area of town which was basically a few restaurants and shops, bought some food to cook in the beach carpark, before loading the van up with the boards above our heads to find a quiet spot just off the main street to sleep for free. The next day matt jumped in the ...
The huge airbus with Chinese, Australian and some European visitors flew through a turbulent sky over Northern Australia and smoothly traversed inland NT and QLD as the sun rise in the east, Our pilot warned us that smoke haze from bush fires may affect our approach. In the end we glimpsed a Gold Coast skyline through the smoke and came in over Kingscliff to land in familiar territory. In the last few hours of the trip we spent ...
... some waves. We later learned that the name was randomly given to the town as an attraction and not because it's any kind of dream location for surfers. And after spending a week here, I soon discovered the town is anything but paradise. Literally all there was in this town was hundreds of hotels. All the high-rises along the beach just made up a strip of hotels and holiday homes. There wasn't even any bars, cafes or restaurants along the seafront, which I found very bizarre as ...
... google mapped where the motel was, we eventually checked in. It was another gorgeous sunny day, and we were all looking forward to getting to the beach- Tony had apparently been here before so we trusted him to lead the way. This may not have been a wise move! After a "short cut" walk through some bush, past a derelict and graffitied building we found ourselves down at the beach. I was also trying to set up a phone interview, ...