Waters Edge Port Macquarie
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... made out tea, had a pizza for tonight as there was a mini oven! It got a bit burnt but wasn't bad. Sat in the tv room for a bit longer then went and had showers, mine were alright, though the whole place was made of corrugated sheets, which was as strange. Ari said hers had opaque glass between the showers.
Went back to he em room and spoke to a German girl who was leaving the next day.
Managed to have a bit of a early night as we were absolutely ...
... degrees, the water temperature is a freezing 18 degrees. Middle of Summer and the water is that cold!!! We later shared our picnic lunch with a goanna who was nearly 2 metres long. I was happy to get back in the car and away from him. A quick stock up on supplies as we are free camping for the next few days and on to Cassegrain Winery. Stunning view and breathtaking rose gardens; the wine was ok too. On the drive back to Wauchope we ...
We re-joined the Pacific Highway here which we were surprised to find it was still 2 lanes - one lane in either direction. We both thought that the re-construction of the highway was more advanced than it was.
We drove down the highway crossing various rivers as we drove and sometimes driving with rivers running alongside the road to our right with sugar cane fields to our left … a ...
... and drove to the big banana and had an ice-cream. We kept on driving and at 5.30pm it was pitch black and drove until dinner time and set up in the dark. Me and dad went and cooked dinner, I played on the trampoline. There was a ski lake out the back of the caravan park.
Today I went and got my face painted where the disco was last night, it was very fancy in the room with all the ...
... The bus was full to the brim with backpackers and we were lucky to get a set of 3 seats close to eachother. The journey took a good 4 and a half hours and it was hot in the coach, nevertheless we reached Port Macquarie happy and safe for it looked like a lovely quaint town whilst driving through it. Once we got off the coach we were greeted by a big Russian guy called Roman who worked for the hostel we were staying at and had come to give us a lift. We were very overjoyed ...