Novotel Coffs Harbour Pacific Bay Resort
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... not a natural! We have another chilled day (in which I beat Rosie at an arm wrestle :-)) and then we go out in the evening for drinks.Theres a really random piglet race at the pub which turns out to be one of the funniest things I've ever seen! We drink and dance a lot and then head back to ...
... 3 times the size of Lou. We appear to be the only young people camping in Australia. That evening while there was still light we wandered onto the beach and saw our first of many gigantic pelicans. We had a beer in the local pub before Sara cooked us baked potato and chilli-she is really looking after us. We hope to go whale watching tomorrow morning but we are awaiting a confirmation text message depending on whether the weather will allow ...
... after some more wine tasting, we headed back in the car to Port Stephens, a beautiful little place where the hostel was in the middle of nowhere with an outside kitchen, wonderful owners who saw the backpackers as family and a huge long haired German Shepherd! Within about half an hour of arriving I had met 2 Italians and a French girl who had been on my original bus from Sydney and were travelling the same way as me up ...
... stuck on a movie. 'Ted' entertained me for a few hours before I got to bed. Last day at surf camp, my lesson was luckily at 9 today so got up and packed my bag before. Wasn't many of us on our 4th lesson so basically had 4 of us for 1 instructor, which was good as meant you got a little bit more help. Of course by this point I didn't need any help ;)... No but in all seriousness the waves were a bit less intense today so was easier to paddle out. That meant I had ...
... shop with there own catch. We ate that on the breakwater and they headed to Muttonbird island for a walk and another chance to see Whales. It was a long uphill walk on a full belly of fish and chips. But the view was amazing. We saw a dozen or so Humpback Whales. And there were Muttonbird nesting holes everywhere. After 30 minutes watching the ocean we started the walk back to the car and drove back to the park. Again all the boys wanted to do was go in ...