Waters Edge Port Macquarie
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... animals and even caught in natural disasters like fire and flood. It is a MUST VISIT location in Port Macquarie. We looked through Roto House an early settler's residence, next door to the Koala Hospital - very interesting. Back at camp, we had time for a swim, before a really good happy hour, In a great camp kitchen, with good company and wonderful camp site ...
... went to sleep wondering what the week had in store for us.
The next place we were volunteering was at an English woman called Sadie’s house for 3 days and nights helping her doing some gardening and painting. She lived in a little town called Lennox Head so after saying our farewells to Chloe we caught the public bus from Ballina to find Sadie waiting to pick us up from the stop. She seemed like a lovely woman and we found out that she had two sons who were with ...
... turn offs leaving us wondering if we had transported to another country…Toronto & Gloucester were a couple of standouts. We had a couple of times we had to slow to 40kms for kilometres at a time because they had to close a lane while they mowed the area between the lanes, very frustrating when you drop from 110kph. Finally a quick stop for lunch & a stretch at a town called Coolongolook which Emma was sure was ...
I fell asleep 10 minutes in to Fast and Furious. Like yesterday morning, I woke to more great football news. Blades were 1-0 up at half-time away to Gillingham. I also took great pleasure in Piers Morgan's public display of frustration at Arsenal's performance in the CL. Motivated by this news, Simon and I decided to make the most of our location on the banks of the Hastings River so went for a run back into Port Macquarie town centre. Taking in the scenery, we even spotted a ...
... am feeling really good. As I start to head North after passing Elizabeth bay and through Booti Booti, the road becomes very flat. I make good time, despite stopping at one point to go and have a look at a fabulous beach. At half 12 I arrive at Forster having ridden 39 miles and have a ice cream, before setting off again towards Taree. I'd been advised that there wasn't much worth seeing in Taree, and had planned to bypass it. However, I needed some lunch, and was ...