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TravelPod Member ReviewsPort Pacific Resort Port Macquarie
Stayed with Helen and Mark and then joined by Rosy
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Left home at 8:30am and took a bus to Penrith and then a train to Central where I caught the XPT at 11:35am to Wauchope. I arrived at 6:30pm and then I was supposed to catch a bus to Port Macquarie but the hoist wouldn't work so they had to order a taxi for me and I arrived at Port Pacific by 7:47pm.
... of foodies, who only eat one percent of all the eucalyptus trees in all of Australia. They're called food trees and take up to twelve years to mature in order for them to be harvested. There's a whole range of gum trees, that take their fancy, but none of them is supposed to taste as delicious as the paperbark tree. You could compare it to eating apple pie :) A real treat! Or how would you like to eat fish and chips every day of the week? ...
... this is when they do free talks. A lady took us round explaining about each koala and in quite a lot of detail too. The koalas were sooo cute and we saw one called billy being fed. He has a curved spine so can't move v well but still v cute! We thoroughly enjoyed our visit to the hospital and left a little donation for them. We then made our way into the centre via an unintended detour which took us round the beaches on the east. There we saw a guy ...
... Lona is busy at the stove preparing tonights feast, and I am about to go upstairs and read a book Lona has read and recommended, might even dose, never know your luck!!
Next blog will hopefully be from Georgetown after we successfully negotiate the final 240 k's of what will have been a total journey of 6,500 k's, (About 4,000 miles for the northern hemisphere lot) That could have probably got us to Greece and back from England.
... myself in those brief few seconds of falling that felt like eternity stretched out that the coral underneath me was razor sharp, something was going to get cut and did I want to risk letting my body just fall or should I thrust my hands out to break the descent. In the end my natural instincts reacted and my right hand shot beneath me and fell against a lump of the dangerous coral. It sliced through it like a warm knife through butter and pain erupted in my palm. I staggered back ...