Bells at Killcare Boutique Hotel, Restaurant and Spa
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Mum, Dad, Sarah and myself had breakfast together down in the cafe at the YHA. Then it is Time to pack my suitcases for one last time, for the trip home. Luckily I added an extra suitcase, with the Duty Free I needed the extra space. I managed to fit it all in nicely ...
... another great alternative to Byron Bay !! (IMO)
Back in the car and through the “real” city centre which is quite big but not where we were in the dark of night last night !! Up the hill until we reached a park area – Lions Park – where quite a lot of cars were parked. Out we got and took some happy snaps of the lovely view of the beach and ocean below. This was more like the real Port Macquarie and the reason for visiting ...
"No one realises how beautiful it is to travel until he comes home and rests his head on his old familiar pillow."
"All travel is circular... After all, the grand tour is just the inspired man's way of heading home."
Paul Theroux, The Great Railway Bazaar
... been familiar to me because we did it In 1982, but since that time the trail has been much improved and the walk is very nice. While at the bay itself, I could picture Lisa, then age 15, and 12 year old Eric as they played in the surf. We celebrated with an after walk coffee and snack at the Fat Goose Bakery and restaurant and then began our plans for dinner at the Yum Yum Tree. I will let the pictures tell the story of this ...
... the hill to their house, but Ted kept staring at me. I had my hair in an ponytail as we had been caught in the rain on our mornings hike and he had seen pictures of me but always with my hair down, I think he was not quite sure who I was until he figured out that the pony tail made me look different. Once he could place me, he was pretty sure he could talk me into a game of Snakes and Ladders, which was correct, of course. Typically for that game, we played for some time, but no ...