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Travel Blogs from Pacific Palms
... 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.
So a couple more weeks are finito in the farm! Only about 70 more days of agricultural work to complete to gain my 2nd year! Pass me the gun! Only joking - it's definitely a culture shock but I am getting on with it! It's been another busy week on the farm! I have come to realise that farmers spend half their lives driving around the field staring at their grass! Back in the day whenever I got a train anywhere I would often wonder why there were so many empty fields - now ...
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 ...
After a week we left Sandbar headed for Queensland. On our way we took a short detour to Evans Head. We drove up to Goanna Headland where we found a great place for dinner. After having dinner with a perfect background we headed north for Queensland.
We stopped at Tyagarah Rest Area for the night. When we awoke in the morning we were very surprised at how many people had stopped for the night and even pitched tents. We are only about 50kms from Queensland.
... to eat on the beach although she had to wait for fish and chips in the restaurant.
The Game Fishermans Club has a great view right over the road from Shoal Bay and the meals were huge. Barely finished a calamari and a fish and chips between us and tried another local brew with the Murrays Angry Man Pale Ale. Aahhhh! All followed up by gelato from the little Italian place downstairs while walking along the foreshore.