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... was not a problem. If I had a choice, I would prefer to spend extra nights and relax at Port Macquarie, but at $36 a night, our 4 nights here would be the equivalent of one night there.
The other advantage of coming at such a quiet time was that there were some great meal deals at all the local pubs and clubs. That first night we hoed into steak, chips and salad for $9.50, with a schooner of James Squire for $2.50. We thought we had earned ...
... we danced
and sang and cried the night away. The minutes kept ticking by like doe being
rolled thinner and thinner and thinner…putting off that final hug, that final
kiss, the final wave.
“For god sake you aren’t dying, you are just going away for
a year”…..thank you Lady Carmel Chester, mama kin for putting it all in
In retrospect…it has been a big move for our wee family. ...
So we are now in NSW. Or New South Wales. The weather has been wonderful and we feel very lucky to be here when we look at the temperatures back home! The beaches here just seem to go on forever and are endlessly beautiful. We went walking today at the beach where we are staying and there were maybe 10 people on the beach. It is so much fun to watch all the young children practicing their surfing. They are ...
... 15 minutes later by an 8 year old girl who held up about 10 toboggans behind her. The Nana wasn't that slow!
A short drive up the highway to Woolgoolga for lunch. The Seaview Tavern puts on a great lunch. It had to be a late dinner for us all.
Back to the caravan park for a swim in the pool. The girls stayed in until closing time.
We were up early once again. Completed the morning walk along the beach. As per the other days, ...
... were enormous. Unfortunately we were first to battle against the waves to get out into the open sea. This was tricky as we had to paddle into the waves and the waves were lifting the front of the kayak really high. It was scary. We were then selected to surf a wave first. I have never been so scared in my life. We luckily made it to shore without tipping out which was good. I quickly ran and took of my helmet and ...