Rydges Port Macquarie
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Hope everyone had a great Christmas with family and friends. Here we are in 'wet' Port Macquarie, it has not stopped raining since Boxing Day. Christmas Day was great, I know rain is really needed here but could have waited a bit longer. Not complaining as both Peter and I had a great Christmas, a much longed Christmas with my sister Margaret and …
... so headed to some historical sights first.
Leaving the bikes at the information centre, we took a small walk up the road to St Thomas' Anglican Church. The building was convict built in 1824 and we had an interesting tour of the different parts of the church by a lovely old gent. We were also encouraged to take the stairs (and then ladders) up to the top of the church and have a look at the view over ...
Yes, today is lovely and we all enjoyed breakfast out on the back patio. Peter was leaving this morning to go to Coffs Harbour to play golf, so we bade him farewell and good luck. Petr and Brenda then drove us to several lookouts and beaches, which were fantastic! The waters and sands are just so clean and inviting. There were several people swimming or surfing at each beach we went to, as ...
... they have some that are victims of road accidents, bush fire burns, dog attacks, they do a wonderful job but have no government funding, so rely on donations from the public, they don't charge an entry fee but have donation boxes around the enclosures. From here we went to Sea Acres rainforest, what an amazing thing so close to the beach, a serene 1.3km walk on a raised walkway through this magnificent ...
... They wouldn’t be for the whole holiday though but that’s a tale for later. That night at the Hostel Colin was organising a big trip into the towns nightlife so we spent some time drinking somewhat heavily next to the pool where we met a French guy called Sebastian who turned out to have the most cushty of houses in a deserted part of France where he would spend his days getting stoned and designing houses for his own business. Being French he flirted outrageously ...