Ibis Budget Coffs Harbour
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The day started at 3.14 am with a massive and frightening thunderstorm right overhead. I was the only one awake but it got louder and more frightening until it was so loud and simultaneous with thunder and lightening we rushed to the car for safety. We sat there for about 30 mins and I returned to the tent for something to find the entire front annex caved in with water pouring in all over kitchen chairs food etc. I went back to the car to tell the others what ...
... surfing wasn't gonna work the way I wantend. I set a goal for myself: stand up once this week. ~~ Mission accomplished!
The group bonded quickly. I miss them a lot. Couldn't wish for a better surfcrew. You could call us a multicultural group, came from all over - especially from Europe. ;-)
With the 10 of us we shared a sort of trailer / dorm-ish room, we bearly fit in with all the bags etc. This was a nice adventure, haha especially for people ...
... Village Caravan Park - very nice and cheap. It combines a retirement type village with the caravan park - excellent facilities, very friendly staff and beautiful gardens. We took a slab site near the amenities block and must say it is the best caravan park we have ever stayed at. The following day we took a long drive on the Old Glenn Innes Road. Mostly dirt along the Boyd River and through the hills ...
... I decided to watch another film and eat half of a cookie from the 2nd bag. Now this was where I got so stoned I couldn't walk, hilarious, I watched 3 films, barely managed to get up for dinner and went straight back to bed after. The girls in my room asked me if I was having an anti sociable night, I told them why and they understood as the same thing had happened to one of ...
... the sun is hot on our heads.
Jonathan and Caleb dig the hole in the sand and we light a
small fire. Together we burn our dreaming sticks which have been thoughtfully
filled with each of our intentions for this coming year and as they burn, the
smoke weaves and dances around us and up into the sky.
Aunty Bea has a big pot of soil and this symbolised all the
different nations that we will cross throughout our travels. We are not ...