The Executive Inn
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... myself asking a millions questions...I only asked a few thousand instead! We stopped for some chips and Greg got what can only be described as the largest, large cone of chips I've ever seen. After our bite to eat we continued our stroll along the beach and back to the hostel. After a cup of tea Greg checked into his hostel and we headed back out. Again with no plan of where we were going we came across a small park near the library called Civic Park on the ...
... beautiful creek, jumped the jetty, went on a 4x4 drive to the rainforest and generally just had an awesome time. I lost my camera and obtained a seriously large bruise just from jumping into the sea but it didn't affect my time there at all. My team lost epically at the pub quiz, we had some nice wine and a BBQ and even just sat in the living room and watched Home Alone. The atmosphere in the hostel and the friendly people and staff made Coffs Harbour really worth going to for me. ...
... in September 2013) to bring in many aspects of this budget. This caused great concern within Australia: pensioners and lower classes appear to be the major ones being effected. The four of us were concerned as we now rely on ourselves (that is, self-funded retirees) ...
... here. Great, just one more new word for me! So, for $10 my fringe was trimmed, no doubt my Ecuador friends are rolling their eyes over that charge, I know mine were. When I met up with Barry later, I said to him "do you know I have a fringe"?, he said, "will I be in trouble if I say no"? I have to say I like the word fringe better.
Soon we will be leaving Macquarie Lake and taking a train to Sydney where we will spend two nights before flying to Kuala Lumpur ...
... getting washed off.
It was around 4PM when we got back. Ada was pretty tired, but Sophie and I still felt like doing something, so we decided to walk to the lighthouse. Sophie had to get some aftersun, she was getting pretty burnt being the white girl she is. On the way there we saw concrete pillars made to look like pencils. We walked back along the wharf towards town and got to Dalby Street, went into the Newcastle Region Art Gallery. On our way back we stopped by ...