Paradise One Retreat.
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Paradise One Retreat. Coorabell
Travel Blogs from Coorabell
... s "tourist attractions" rather than the iconic landmarks of the previous day. With an offer of $69 for the five, it was a bargain and a recommendation to anyone looking for a day of entertainment in the city. The first thing we did was take the ferry over to Manly, a must do in Sydney itself, to visit the Sealife Centre. The weather had planned to deteriorate as the day went on so it was ideal timing to see Port Jackson in all of its might in the beaming sun. It was also good to ...
... safe (although he was a bit edgy prior to jumping from the makeshift ladder). Matt was next and nearly split himself in two with a perfect bellyflop into the water. Milly had good sense and refused to jump. Mum, who swam across the river with Eva on her back, climbed the ladder tentatively. Squashing her nerves she grabbed the wooden handle and swung from the ladder, but through fear, bad luck or a slippery handle she fell ...
... lighthouse walk.
Walking through the town it was clear that this place had its own identity. There were no chain restaurants or coffee shops to speak of and the few streets that made up the main town was lined with huge fir trees. There were lots of hippy types either selling jewellery or protesting to get the train line back in use but it was nice to have a different vibe from the other towns ...
... french toast and fruit breaky. Tired from all our homemaking activities we all relaxed reading and napping. The crew headed to the beach and I took advantage of the overcast sky to jog to the lighthouse in slightly less scorching temperatures. The brilliant white lighthouse towers over the most easterly point of Australia. I ventured right out to the point salt water spraying my face as I watch the waves crash ...
... up with sleep on the road in NZ, hopefully!! and get back into our travel routine. This time is gold dust. We get to spend too little time with our Aussie F&F. Weirdly, we are beginning to get quite homesick and miss you lot back in Blighty. Hope the 'Yes' folk in Scotland are not too downhearted. We listened to the whole depressing counting thing on our BBC iPlayer App driving from Armidale to Coonabarabran. Well one of us was disappointed - being a divided ...