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... last stop of the day Coffs Harbour. On the way we stopped at two small towns, the first was Red Rock which had a small river walk which was quite nice although it was very hot at this point in the afternoon so we drove to the second town on the way, Woolgoolga which just had a small beach and a few shops. When we arrived at Coffs Harbour we drove to the beach for some dinner and made ...
... We didn't catch anything, but it was an evening well spent. The rest of the week was spent planning and preparing for the weekend. We're going to CMC rocks up near Brisbane, which is the equivalent of country fest. The line up is unreal and I can't wait! I won't have any wifi so this will be my last update until I get back! Expect lots of pictures ...
... is not a good time to be away from family and friends. So over the next 3 days, I mowed the lawns and tidied the yard and pool while Anita cleaned the house. We also had 140 ml of rain in those 3 days.
Monday December 29 - Jim and Ursula arrived home a day late due to the weather delaying their flights, but we handed back the house and they were happy. We packed up and hit the road - a quick stop at Toorina ...
... ports we have back home. It must have reminded the girls of the same, as they asked if they could go 'crabbing' like we do in Wales.
After chasing a few
seaguls with their water spray fans, we buckled the girls back into the car for
the final stretch of the journey. They did really well on the drive, sleeping
for the most part. We travelled through some interesting looking villages and sleepy
towns such ...
... and land line were all wrong!!! Talk about a trifecta. The only thing that was correct was her address, thank goodness. In keeping with our good luck, she wasn't home when we called. At this stage we even doubted the address was correct, so Paul went next door to the neighbors, and she confirmed Sandy did in fact live next door, but she didn't know where she was. 'Go to No 10 and ask Merle,' she said. Knocking on No 10's door Paul ...