The Observatory Holiday Apartments
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The hussle and bussle of the coast has finally given way to a lush rural coutryside and smaller unique coast towns. This is the Australia that I was looking for. The people here dont greet you with the stereotypical greeting of "gday". Rather than that they use the phrase "Ow-ya-Gaowin"( how ya going). I take it as meaning simply "hi".On thursday I made a push of 114k to make it to Coffs Harbor to stay with a new aussie friend. His name ...
... if there had of been anything of interest to see, but it was mainly bushland. As we are newbie travellers, we weren't sure how we would go booking into parks because of the school holidays, but so far we've had no trouble. We love exploring the areas surrounding us. On Monday we went for a drive to Dorrigo. From the Park it's only a 1 hours drive, but there was so much to see on the way, it took us 5 hours ...
... the middle of nowhere (just houses and trailers surrounding, no stores etc) but had a gorgeous beach just for us. We were assigned to our lovely bunk beds in our very basic (but suitable, we're just there to sleep...the sentence of the trip) cabins. The camp itself was cute with hammocks and surf board benches but it was more the beach that I loved. That night was pretty chill as the bottle shop (aka liquor store) run was not happening that night. Kristen and I ...
... 163;2.60) then caught the bus down to the jetty and the train station. The bus stopped right outside the theatre where Russell Crowe was playing - tempting as it was to fall off the bus just incase Russell decided to see if I was ok I decided just to walk on by looking stunning with my back pack and pizzas in arm! We camped out at the train station for the rest of the night ready to board the last train to ...
... music and a drink, very close to the beach. Woke up with a sore head and straight on a bus tour to Nimbin, the hippy town. Well it was kill or cure as I bumped into a few Geordies I met the night before so before I know it I'm sipping a cold one. The bus driver Jim was a legend!! He told us so many stories and was very knowledgeable about the area. We finally got to Nimbin and it was pretty busy for a small town, I wonder why. The hippy museum in the centre was pretty funny ...