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 …
... at the marina, Hilary & Jonathon, who are living full time on the boat having sailed it back from the US. They have said however that boat life is coming to an end and that it is time to move back to land.
The early mornings and late evenings are extra special on the river, the water is like glass and the colours of the sun and the lights of the town and of course the pelicans makes it a joy to just sit and admire.
We spent time with Mort and Dean ...
... 8217;t know whether it was the change in weather or just low immunity and a virus we caught, perhaps a combination of both, but they were annoying coughs that woke us up through the night and persisted for nearly 3 weeks into the trip. Thankfully it didn’t impact too much upon our plans here, and we were able to get some good rest.
Diamond Head was a great place to start our journey and gave us a nice little taste of what we are in for (and we loved it!).
Leaving Port Macquarie we headed north for a place called Point Plomer. There is a road that goes straight along the coast but we were told 4X4 only. Instead we went around Limeburners Creek Nature Reserve and came into Point Plomer from the north and about 10km along a gravel road which was a test on the car (crombot2). Along this road we saw Wallabies (small type of Kangaroo) and Kangaroos. We ...