Colonial Terrace Motor Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... br> It was a lovely day for driving up the Pacific East Coast. It always feels odd driving north into the sunshine. Gasoline in Sydney was $1.36 for reg., once we left the City, the price jumped 20 cents a litre! We took our time, driving the scenic route. Not so much scenic as slow. We reached the Sleepy Inn Motel around 4.30pm (quite a contrast from the Park Royal in Singapore. ...
... and also for fantastic cheese, you can rest assured we did not board the Shiraz train here; and finally a stop for a quick beer tasting.
So Monday morning we were up and ready at 9am with a list of local garages to call to get La Toya booked in. We were initially astounded that a few garages refused to look at her as parts for Hiaces, were too hard to come by??!! Finally we found a garage that would take her in and sounded sure that they could get her ...
The weather was cold(er), windy and very very grey when I arrived yesterday in Newcastle at 7.30am - I was very disappointed! After breakfast I went for a walk with Stefo, a guy from Melbourne and by time we got back to the hostel at 11am the sky was much bluer and it was a lot warmer. We walked along the sea, which was very rough, and watched the huge waves crash over the rocks. There is a pool here that was dug out of the rocks hundreds of years ago but it didn't ...
... to eat while on the road. We are finally on the road at 9.20 am. We meet Helen and Bob at Branxton. Travel to Merriwa for a coffee/tea stop at the Driver Reviver. Next stop for lunch - 12.45 at Cassalis rest area. Arrived at our final destination for the day at 2.45pm - Mendooran. Camping in the rest area beside the Castlereagh River. The rest area has amenities and cold showers. We walk up the river bank, not much to see as the reeds hide the river. Some finches ...
From Pt Macquarie we went through Kew, Taree (the Manning Valley) passed & over the Dawson River and Manning River before arriving at Heatherbrae, where we stayed at the Bellhaven Caravan Park (what an eye opener...) and we were eaten alive by mozzies!! However, we did manage to pass (yes we passed/overtook, not one but two vehicles today...) even if they were ...