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Travel Blogs from Coffs Harbour
... love and laugh.
Then we went to the great mother ocean….Yemiya. The salt
water received all our stresses and strains that we now release back to the
ocean to be transformed and know that the ocean, the salt water heals and that
she is always close in heart.
Wading out in to the cool salt water, looking out to the
horizon, the divine coast of Gumbayngirr country, we are in paradise. This is
home………now we can leave.
... that they wanted to complete including the Port Elizabeth Ironman in South Africa. Unfortunately one of the founding members, Scotty, is no longer with us and after Scotty's funeral Pito and Joey decided the bucket list item should come to fruition. So the calendar was marked, 'Tops WAGS' informed (Jac, Sian ...
... hurting from the day before. We picked up our tickets for tonight and then walked along to the other beach which we had missed the day before - another stunning beach this time it had the shelter of the harbour which made it look very safe, we both wanted to get in as it was a very hot and humid day but swimming kit was back at the hotel! We found a cheapish lunch at the harbour side and had to try some more ...
... I loved the bubba dolphin. Then we saw a few more dolphins playing. They were warming up for the show.
Then there were two turtles swimming around. Unfortunately we could not pat these ones like we did in Hervey Bay, but that was OK. They were having fun swimming around.
Then we saw a whole heap of seals. They were swimming around and around and jumping up on the side of the pool to say "hi". I didn't know what they were at first, but I loved them. They ...
... lunch in the shade of the trees on the foreshore while watching the surf roll in.
From here we next visited the Big Banana for an ice cream before heading back to Woolgoolga. Up to the lookout on the heads were we spotted around five separate whales pods splashing around in the water. We spent about half an hour with many others by then watching the whales play around.
We headed towards the park but first driving into Arrawarra ...