Ibis Budget Coffs Harbour
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... a long day of driving.
The next day we took leisurely strolls along the marina and jetty, and along the beaches which go on for almost 20 miles past Coffs Harbour. At the end of each stretch of beach there is a small headland, with a neat walking track leading you to the next beach. It is possible to walk them all uninterrupted.
As we had to leave by 10 am the next day, we drove to Bellingen, a town about 30 kms away which was supposed to ...
... I had played down the significance of this journey because lots of
families travel around Australia these days. How hard can it be? All I have to
do is remember to ‘Go with the flow’ and ‘trust the process’ and ‘live life
simply’ and any other insightful words of wisdom I can conjure up and then it
will all be a walk in the park….wont it?
Now as I look back there was a lot of preparation and in
... struggle to paddle out to the waves to catch the big one all the while the waves keep pushing them back towards the beach. They do manage a short ride eventually. And then they paddle back for another ride.
We picked up the camper in Brisbane. It is larger then we expected.... We got upgraded they told us. It took a few days to get used to the ride as it seems to float on the road. Also we had to get used to ...
... not the only people with this idea.
The girls had a sleep in. The holiday has certainly caught up with them.
After their breakfast we were into Coffs Harbour town to visit the Clog Barn. There was a demonstration on how clogs were and now made. Automation, you've gotta love it! What took several hours now only took minutes. They told us the clogs were very comfortable after the first 100 kilometres! We think he was serious.
Next it was a visit to ...
... so I didn't have to do it again. Gav went out several more times with the group whilst I happily watched with a German girl. Gav loved the sea kayaking and was actually really good. He was the only person not to fall out, bravo! Once they were finished surfing we paddled back down stream to our stating point. We were knackered after that so had lunch and went on a walk. Made tea after the 'picker rush' and chilled all ...