Pacific Palms Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... The reality is that we hit the beach a touch later than sunrise and it just happened to be high tide. That means, for the uninitiated which we were a few hours earlier, that there is no hard packed sand by the beach. It is all under water. We were sweaty and sticky and ssslllloooowwwww but we also have killer calves and a new respect for paved running paths. Not having ...
... could have stayed all day! haha! We have now booked into Tuncurry for the next 2 nights and will also visit Forster (pronounced Foster, I'm told!) while we are here. These 2 towns are on either side of the local bridge, much like Albury/Wodonga in Victoria. So far no rain which is lucky, as we've heard from Petr that Port Macquarie had terrible rain and wind after we left! Phew! Dodged that ...
... that thought they should share our picnic.
A great way to finish off the day a coffee at Frothy coffee on the edge of Smith Lake,
no not yet there is a 9 hole golf course just down this dirt road, 5km bouncing around and sloshing through later and here it is a very short 9 holes but it had to be done.
... know that they need a sign to warn others.
Next we stopped at a nice grassy area with views of the beach for lunch. We then worked our way back towards Tuncurry Forster stopping on the way for a look and photo's. We called into Smiths Lake, Boomerang Beach, Pacific Palms, Elizabeth Bay before heading for Cape Hawke Lookout. The walk to the lookout was quite steep and it became a bit much for Sue who rested and waited for us not far from the top. The ...
We woke up to a beautiful sunrise, three foot waves with offshore winds. Sorry Jamie !
Had a fabulous day surfing in the morning, then did the famous Booti walk out to the point, passing the Swan twins from soccer who were on their way back with ...