Novotel Coffs Harbour Pacific Bay Resort
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... lunch at the Bowls club (for $10), accompanied by another James Squires on tap ($2), I saw our camper from the back with a much smaller light blue scooter on its back. That puzzled me, it might have been the beer effect but, if some thief decides to swipe the bike why does he go to the trouble of substituting another one for it? Turns out to be a similar set up on an identical Ford Transit camper owned by a young surfy chick. She was very impressed with our ...
... police escort at the start. The first one was just a long load with a truck pulling it and one pushing it. The second one was just a house. We wouldn't even have noticed them in AB. They would run out of police cars in AB.
Near Ullmara we saw a small herd of tiny domesticated deer. Then we drove into Minnie Waters to see if we wanted to stay there, but the sign said sharks in the water so ...
... then watched a show where the seals and the dolhins did tricks and stuff, was very good. Then we got to feed the seal some fish and touch the dolphins. I was lucky, the guy giving out fish saw i was stood behind someone so called me over and foud a gap for me, called the dolphin over and gave me a fish to feed him and so i could stroke him and get some pics! im one happy lady lol. We then went to see the penguins and we also got to feed them, i took a ...
... Bay which was glorious - lovely sunset walk down the beach with pelicans everywhere, wandered around- took loads of photos then wandered back to chill - there were a couple of random boot camps on the go which was crazy in this heat - must be 30 degrees
Chris wouldn't go to the BBQ area and BBQ our veggies - so not a man thing to do - i wandered over and basically tried to turn the gas on ... when i heard " what are you up to sheila.. you know ...
... our quirky little wooden cabins which looked a little like gypsy caravans. After dumping my backpack I followed my usual routine and took a walk down to the beach at the far end of the complex. It’s hard not to fall in love with the beach instantly, it isn’t an island paradise like you’d find in Thailand, but it’s a long stretch of golden sand thronged with surfers and the best bit about it is that over the sound of crashing waves you ...
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