Tradewinds Holiday Apartments
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- Free parking
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... The next day it rained heaps again but no leak. It continued to rain for the next few days so we stayed around the park. We were due to head off on Tuesday the 9th and head to the coast but the weather forecast was not good so we decided to stay until the Saturday. We had more rain but the leak did not return. On Friday December 12, a new house was moved into the village section - it actually belonged to the couple in ...
... we headed to Dorrigo National Park and the Dorrigo Rainforest Centre with its café and shop in the treetops. After lunch we donned our boots for the Wonga Walk, a 5.8km, one and a half hour circuit through Gondwana sub-tropical rainforest, experiencing two magnificent waterfalls. So much like home! From here we wound our way southeast down to Thora, 14km west of Bellingen and our campsite at Roses Park, No.56, beside the river. Gold coin donation only and a ...
... us to get on that road that just seemed so steep
a climb in those last 72 hours.
One final goodbye and sits like a lump in my throat.
Aunty Bea Ballangarry, has prepared for us a ceremony down
on the beach, to help us firmly plant roots to Gumbayngirr before we fly and to
support us to Let Go of all the anxiety and emotional build up to this leaving
time. Aunty Bea holds us gently in a spiritual way. We take our shoes off at
... we climbed to a view point on the second most easterly point in Australia, for great views and some entertainment in the form of watching the surfing dudes enjoying the waves which had become quite large by this time. Eat in a place called Lennox Head, a quiet laid back little seaside town.
Then on to Sawtell Beach today. After our afternoon snooze we took in the scene, once again a ...
... straight away, something to remind me of byron bay!! then I headed back to the beach for a while with a vitamin water drink, was yummy! When I got bored I went for a wonder before heading back to the hostel and using the wifi, I then made a roll for dinner and headed to the bus stop, waiting for the busy was long, it was 2 and a half hours late! Which meant I'd get to Coffs Harbour really late too, when the bus finally did arrive I called the hostel and told ...