Rydges Port Macquarie
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Big rooms by the wateredge, free Wifi, no view from our room, poor carparking
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Vi hadde ikke lyst til å kjøre ut i regnværet vi hadde idag, så vi gikk til Information senter like ved hotellet for å få ideer til aktiviteter i gangavstand. Og vi ble ikke skuffet!!!
Først på programmet var en runde på The Glasshouse gallery, som er byens kulturhus (gleder meg til Kimen åpner!!!!) …
En vellykket kjøretur i et fremmed land krever en god sjåfør og en godt planlagt reiserute.
I dag var det meldt regnvær på slutten av turen til port Macquarie. Vi bestemte oss for å kjøre en tourist drive gjennom the Great lakes.
Før vi forlot Port Stephens kjørte vi til Soldiers point som i dag er en …
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 …
... Wild Koala. Right in the heart of a residential area at number 206, a big skinny and pasty tree materialised right in front of us with the first folks grinning their way up to this gorgeous bugger :) This very tree is a lemon scented, which is a sure bet to find koalas on. With the attitude of turning this into a hardcore stake out until he'd finally come down, we got in touch with the fine folks of whose lawn we were currently occupying. Turns out that Glennis has ...
... got on to the Pacific Highway to travel up the coast. On the map the Pacific Highway appears to hug the coastline as it works it’s way north. However due to the vastness of Australia, what looked to be near the coast on the map was actually several km inland most of the way meaning that we didn't see the Pacific once along the Pacific Highway...a slightly misleading name for a road.
We did see the sea briefly when we drove off the main ...