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... first few weeks in Bali and antics like the cow burglar episode! My, we are more chilled out now than when we began with sanitisation issues left, right and centre and ditches to negotiate. Ooooh our future adventure planning is getting exciting chatter - a van, a tent, us And Europe...... We spent yesterday walking in Dorrigo national park through the rainforest. It was beautiful and proper bush tucker trekking and adventuring with a leech attaching itself to Mikes foot which ...
... twisty, two lane road with a 100km/h speed limit :) The Rainforest Centre was nicely done and led to a skywalk with a great view over the rainforest, and several different walking trails.
There were several warning signs describing what to do when (not if, but when) leeches attach themselves to you during your walk. We set out with Cathy holding her raincoat, hood and all, tightly ...
... different on my travels. Later on, back at the hostel, the evening activity was table tennis. Oh yes, I'd been waiting all week for this and sweaty palms meant I was nervous, which shows I cared. No need for nervous, I carved my way through the draw like a Christmas turkey, and emerged victorious to win for a second consecutive week...further confirming my position in Aussitel table tennis folklore! Saturday 5th began with another potential lie in ruined, as I went down to ...
... did spot a couple of whales very far out to sea and called it quits after about 7km. We returned home to do a little planning for a possible visit by our family, Ross, Jen and Heather. Tomorrow, with rain predicted, we head north towards Byron Bay. Not sure how far we will get or where we will stay as we have been warned that holiday parks will get busier as we near Queensland and the Gold Coast.
... end of summer sales, so we went a bit crazy. After spending all day together, what better way to end the day than a slumber party!? We picked up some wine, which is super cheap here (we got 6 bottles for under $20) and headed up the mountain to angs house. She lives in a town called Ulong and its about 20 minutes about a mountain. The drive up is a winding road which was really pretty but left me feeling pretty sick after. We spent the evening drinking wine and ...
Other places to stay in Coffs Harbour
312 Harbour Dr, Coffs Harbour | Hostelfrom $45
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51 Collingwood St, Coffs Harbour | Hostelfrom $50
46 Arrawarra Rd, Coffs Harbour | Hostelfrom $63
- In THE teepee's !!
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88 Grafton Street, Coffs Harbour | Hostelfrom $47