Azura Beach House B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... the hiccups we have experienced on a long but definitely not enjoyable journey since our last travels and we trust a plausible reason for me taking so very long to complete this blog.
Thank you so much to all our readers who have been so caring about Alan and so positive in encouraging to me to complete this travelogue.
Watch this space for our next travels!
... How could they?! We wanted to try out the free BBQs by the beach to end our time of travelling in Oz so when the guy from our hostel picked us up we swung by the supermarket for burgers. It was getting dark so we went for a quick walk before cooking the burgers in the hostel thinking that we could do the BBQ the following day. Port Macquarie is a much smaller place and with the cold wind and rough sea it put us in mind of ...
... t believe it when Lynne started to "shop" at least stop and look at some of the clothes. We were out for a walk, not go shopping. Ha, grumpy old man today and so early too!
Out for the day. A planned day with the Freeman's. First up we went to their new home. A really nice place. A garage to store the caravan. Another garage to park their cars. A big house for the boys to run amuck! And a swimming pool out the back.
Our first stop was at North Haven for a pie ...
If ever you are in Port Macquarie or surrounds and need a place to get away from it all THIS IS IT! Look up www.DexfieldPark.com It's near Wauchope and Timber Town. Set amongst lush green pastures and winding rivers, the brand new fully contained 2 bedroom house is now open for business. Set on 33 acres, the property backs onto a tranquil river full of fish (although they were on holidays the morning I threw in a line). It has its own private landing strip ...
... our kayak was slowly sinking so we headed to a shallow area ( by a big pile if shopping trollies) to empty it out. We saw trees full of big bats so looked up with our mouths closed, and lots of big lizards lazing on the branches which mark was feeding bananas to. After spending some time up there we back tracked down stream. ( louis started paddling a but more now it was down hill) and out of the creek to pelican island in ...