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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.
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... plans for being anywhere for a few weeks. It won't be the holidays which means it frees up campsites and the weather will surely be better. We had grand ambitions for this year but I will be more than happy just to have four healthy people and it not raining. These next few weeks will be crucial it's not going to take much to finish it now or at least cut it to 6 months. Today's food was a small bowl of Kellogg's Nutri Grain a salad sandwich and 2 chicken sausages. At least I'm losing ...
... see if there was a similar shop in the shopping centre of Woolgoolga ... where ever that was !!
Coffs ... hmmm ... no wonder the Big Banana is lying down.
Back on the Pacific Highway and on to Coffs Harbour on a “newly” constructed Pacific Highway. We arrived in Coffs Harbour around 4.30ish and although the “Big Banana” was recognisable, not much else was !!
We were woken up early by howling winds and left Port Stephens soon after 8am to head north for about 95nm to Port Macquarie. During the first hour and a half the wind blew and the seas built so we were surfing down waves at about 22 knots. Fortunately it calmed down after we passed Seal Rocks until it was so calm we could have water skied behind the boat. It ...