Novotel Coffs Harbour Pacific Bay Resort
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... Harbour, we visited Dolphin Marine Magic. It was incredibly interactive and we all had amazing encounters with the marine animals. We all got a kiss from the dolphin and seal - though the seal was a little tickly for Logan's liking! We also got to feed the fairy penguins and fish. Kayleigh was especially lucky to be chosen out of the crowd to sing to the dolphins. She was adorable belting out 'Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star' while the ...
... doing here? There's nothing to see." When we mentioned the brochures, she grudgingly agreed there were a few cafes and restaurants. And the butter factory did have a few galleries for local artists. It was no longer a butter factory, and there were no cheese factories either, which was a bit disappointing. We went through town and there were a few shops selling 'op shop' merchandise at 'antique' prices. The cafes were over priced and pretentious - one ...
... routine but now after a week we seem to be pretty organized. We can get up and out in 30 min!!!! .
My theory is that ants are going to take over the world. There are billions of them everywhere. And they bite! And then there are the sand flies, they bite too!! But they sell "deet" in this country. Is that a good thing? It is for us as we have NO resistance.
The campsite that we are staying in is filling ...
... to go and see it!
Initially I only booked a couple of nights here in Coffs, that was until I arrived at the hostel. Again, it had come recommended and the amount of free stuff on offer was absolutely staggering. Free kayaking, surfing, paddle boards, bodyboards and organised activities every day! Although the actual facilities at the hostel were a bit shoddy, about three bathrooms between all the girls in the place and no free tea and ...
... as the bus was air-conditioned. It was nice to see parts of Australia that aren't cities on the way and made me very excited about my East Coast trip.
We arrived at the surf camp at half 5 and it instantly struck me as a really cool place. It had a really relaxed atmosphere and everyone there seemed to be laid back. We were shown around the area by an English guy, Ollie, and introduced to the ...