Paradise One Retreat.
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Paradise One Retreat. Coorabell
Travel Blogs from Coorabell
... the storm went on and on and on. Never mind tomorrow is another day and so looking forward getting to our apartment at Tweed Heads only 90 Km to go. Had a little accident passenger window left open for half hour during the worst of the weather . No ones fault as John had parked up so we all know who was to blame. Ha!! P.s. Roma the GPS, strongly denies being at fault. Says she is only as good as the person taking instructions, who will remain ...
... 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 ...
... hand. An eel that our guide fed and who slithered all around him. We went into a cave with flashlights and saw big crawfish (like our lobsters), more sharks including a few wobbegongs and a ray. Paul made a Grouper fish friend who followed us throughout the dive and enjoyed being pet. While we were diving, Thomas and Carson “took one for the team” and dealt with our broken down van.
The boys enjoyed the dive so much they did it ...
... 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 ...
... to steal it away. Got back to the motel at 9.30am in time to pack up and get away by 10am. Fueled up and away we went, on our 2nd last day of driving.
After getting halfway up the mammoth hill that separates Tamworth from the New England tableland we stopped off at a Moongi Lookout to survey the scene and catch a selfie or two. Continued on through Uralla (which lists its population at about 2500 and its elevation as 1km) ...