All Seasons Country Lodge
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... power after being non powered for a few days. The next day we started off with a bit of exercise before heading down to the beautiful village of Bulahdelah and on the way we stopped off for some morning tea overlooking Wallace Lake just outside of Forster-Tuncurry (Lakes ...
... Good times. For our younger readers: Spike enjoyed being captain of the ship that Nanny and Grandad were travelling on. He saw the Pelicans, black swans and blue jellyfish, but must have been asleep when the Dolphins swam past the boat. When he woke he found a magical world with beautiful fish and he couldn't believe it but Nemo swam past, he was more beautiful ...
The next day we started the leg to Taree. On the way out of Hawks Nest we had a look around a town it borders called Tea Gardens. There was nothing special there but when you go through a place with a name like that you have to stop and look through it don't you!
We drove straight through to Taree where we set up in another muddy campsite, had lunch, and then hit the road again driving to the coast to have a look around ...
... no'. The place was jam packed with scary looking people sat outside with fires already going. It was only 2 o'clock. They were all staring and the place was scruffy and looked like how I imagine a sink estate would look if the houses were replaced by tents. We turned the camper round and got out of there. This wasn't good as we had to face the potholed terror road again straight away. We decided to stop for some lunch at a picnic ...
... but I know that my heart was in Pakistan. It always is. And it is the same for Alan. You may well ask why. In truth, we are unable fully explain our surprising fondness for this impoverished, politically, socially and economically, and even geographically fragile nation. It is a wonder that the country functions at all. Well in fact, it barely does. And sometimes, it just ...