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Travel Blogs from Pacific Palms
... Fully Pimped" with all the bell's and whistles! Pam who is marketing her "Fishing T Shirts" via www.madcow-company.com was in her element taking her kayak out EVERYDAY!
We caught lots of fish, although not massive but enough for a feed. We met an amazing fisherman which Pam dubbed "The Flattie King" and got lots of fishing tips from him.
We have vowed to return here on our return journey back to ...
We spent a magical day at Seal Rocks. The girls and Craig went snorkelling and swimming. Craig went spear fishing. I am not sure whether Craig or the turtle under the ledge got the biggest fright.
Maddison, Sarah and I went for a bike ride up to that “fork in the road” and to North Cellito Beach and along the boardwalk. Cellito beach was named by the local aboriginals who believed that the shape of the beach and headlands was formed by a ...
We spent half the night getting battered by the wind, felt like the van was going to blow away - so we headed for lower ground at about 3am to avoid certain death. Weather turned out to be dull yesterday (thursday) so we decided to set off again up the coast in search of the sun. We drove to a place called seal rocks, half of the road there was a dirt track so that was bumpy. Was a beautiful place very isolated, felt ...
... the Pacific Ocean and Wallis Lakes. The name comes from the aboriginal description of the area as "plenty of Honey"
There is rainforest, palm groves and coastal heath between the ocean and the lake and our campground gave us access to all.
We had hoped for more from "The Ruins" campground finding a vast open space just off the main road and ...