Aanuka Beach Bures
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With a lightening and thunderstorm events changed with tent poles bent and the canvas awning ripped. It was the twins sixth birthday and Rory got a bug. We packed up what we could and went to breakfast in Coff's Harbour at Twisted Sister near the Marina. A good coffee and breakfast can clear the head so Rory being Ill we checked into a motel so he could recover and we could dry out and get the campo ...
... day to be on top of a hill.
We had a nice arvy in the caravan park - had happy hour drinks with a couple we met back at The Entrance and met another couple who'd just bought an old Golf caravan (same brand as ours) so had a chat with them too. Then we sat down at the reserve at Moonee Beach and had a vodka.
... After dinner I went on the bottle run to grab some beers and joined everyone else around the campfire. It was a chance to meet surfers who had been there for a few weeks, months or even years. They run an academy at camp where you can stay for a month-3 months including surf lessons, theory sessions, fitness training and if you stay for 3 months you become an instructor at the end of it.
Sure enough the next morning I had sore shoulders, ribs, arms and ...
Our whole reason for visiting Coffs Harbour was to play golf at Bonville Golf Course. Some of our friends have played there previously and said how stunning it was so off we went. We parked the van in the carpark (which is a bit like parking the car and van at Royal Canberra) and headed down to the pro shop. We have a rule that when we are driving with the van on, Steve drives and when we are playing golf and ...
... nice walk all the way up, and there a beautiful view over the ocean! A little lower I saw these two fishermen enjoying the view too it seemed, ah no, they seemed to have catched something ;-)
Back on the main land I walked a little around, a nice little market on sunday, with music, crafts for sale and of course food ;-)
I prefered a little mini café with wiggel waggel chairs and tables, took a hamburger and sat there listening to an Irishman telling funny ...