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... 10 minutes. We spent a while looking for the Dolphins but the most we saw was a few Pelicans. They like to try and balance on lamp posts, which was quite amusing.
Stopped at the IGA on the way back and picked up some for for a few nights, then went back to the hostel. Moved beds as I found there went any plugs by the one we were on.
Sat in the living room area for a bit and watched the tv, they had a ps2 you could rent, but didn't fancy it.
... mountains in the area) is very similar to our Glasshouse Mountains’ legend. Went on to have a quick look at Crowdy Head then back to Port Macquarie to the Black Duck Brewery to sample their boutique beer. Back to camp to cook up a storm. 15<sup>th</sup> January We went straight to Town Beach at Port Macquarie this morning…… after the bacon and egg cook-up, of course. Even though the air temperature ...
... Another 15 mins or so down the coastal road was Ballina. I'd never seen the "seaside" part of Ballina before and we had a lovely view of the seaside aspect as we came down the hill into that part of the town.
We stopped just outside a caravan park and took photos and then onwards through the centre of town which was much bigger than I recalled from our last visit there.
... we went to find somewhere to stay, but all the parking bays had No Camping written all over them. So we kept driving and just out of Port Macquarie we stayed at Stoney Park tourist and water-ski park. It was grassy and wet.
We left Brisbane, well the Gold Coast and we went to Byron Bay and we went to the Easterleist point and walked a bit further to a lighthouse, then we walked back to ...
... than I had the whole trip and it took several minutes to wipe the dust from my eyes. After a quick trip to the supermarket to get some food for the journey we began our trek to catch the bus. Now if my bag had been heavy the day before it was nothing in comparison to that morning. I felt like I was carrying a baby Rhino in my rucksack and by the time we reached the bus stop my arms were so numb that had taken on a mind of their own and were involuntarily swinging about in all manner ...