Tradewinds Holiday Apartments
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... submitted. They covered a wide range of style from super realism to collage. The term still life was widely interpreted so there was more than just fruit in a bowl. One of my favourites was a painting of a dog on the back of a ute. The winning paining was a bed spread which I thought was surprise - but I'm not the judge.
After the festivities we adjourned to an Italian restaurant for a noisy friendly meal and then to back to the hotel to bed.
... had everything in it we might need during the day, so it was easier to take her. That certainly proved to be a good idea! We went from breakfast to the Harbourside Markets. It was one of the best markets we have been to. Set out on lawns, under trees, it provided everything we could possibly want, including ample parking, lots of seating, a live band (we even bought their CD), lots of food stalls, and, of course, lots of craft and jewellery stalls for me! I actually tried on a ...
Only 11 more sleeps until we leave. This will be our travel blog so you will get an email when I have posted a new entry or pic. I am also going to post on Facebook .
Went out to dinner last night with family and friends and now here we are waiting at Coffs Harbour Airport to catch our flight to Sydney then onto Dubai. Its all very real ...
... sure that we had seen as much as possible in the area she took us off on another day trip. We headed to the coast and saw various viewpoints including the Bonville Lookout which gave views over to Mutton bird Island. We had to return to the Big Banana as we had missed out on the sweet making when we went on our own. Little did we know that the tiny little sweet shop is actually a sweet factory where they make their own hard candies. Like proper old fashioned rock they ...
... take shape. After around 10 minutes the man was holding a full on clog. We were all very impressed and applauded until we were silenced by his announcement that the person who had travelled the furthest would receive the clog as a souvenir. He said they had someone as far as Singapore before so I thought I would destroy that record. Someone next to me said 'Queens' but was dwarfed by my shout out of 'England!'. Everyone looked mighty impressed and I stood there ...