Ibis Budget Coffs Harbour
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... but for me, it's a big deal. Back at the van, sitting having a beer, we heard a lot of screeching overhead and looked up to see about 100 parrots flying around. Not unusual here apparently! Rhian had told us the name of the bar where she and Billy met, so after getting cleaned up, we went in search of Cheeky Monkeys. The (young) guy in the surf shop had seemed quite amused when we asked him where it was! When we ...
... the main street (no eftpos only cash). We thought we were out of place in Byron Bay but this place - far out. Full of young hippies and back packers and almost as many old ones. Main street smelt of dope, publics toilets did not have urinals, all uni sex and no locks on the doors and filthy. Had to experience the town but not a pleasant one. Lovely drive back to camp though through the hills via Murwillumbah.
... before walking back over the river on the Lavenders Bridge to our camp for the next two nights at the Showgrounds. $25 with power, No.55 in the camps book. Saturday September 27th We were lucky to have the local farmers market set up 100m from us this more as I ate my brekky. Only a dozen or so stalls but heaps of interesting fresh and cooked produce and a talented guitar/banjo player entertaining us all morning. After a lovely browse and a couple of purchases, ...
... we danced
and sang and cried the night away. The minutes kept ticking by like doe being
rolled thinner and thinner and thinner…putting off that final hug, that final
kiss, the final wave.
“For god sake you aren’t dying, you are just going away for
a year”…..thank you Lady Carmel Chester, mama kin for putting it all in
In retrospect…it has been a big move for our wee family. ...
... headroom in the pod, its a little like an enlarged coffin for two, each night would require evacuating the loft every night before bedding down. Ever thought of trying that at home, heaven forbid !!
Option B is the four passenger seats, arranged two by two, facing each other with room to assemble a table in between. These arrange into a bed as follows ; remove the table, store the leg, remove all seat cushions. Install the table top into the gap between ...