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... to say about time on a beach, especially compared to exploring an old European town. We read, had good seafood, had a few drinks and worked on the tans. Rough days.
Here are some short vids I took of Coffs Harbour.
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... were quite enjoying ourselves, until crisis struck. Leeches here, leeches there, leeches everywhere. Not just in the water, because God forbid Australia has a creature that isn't 10x more annoying then at home. No, these leeches were everywhere, and boy did they love us. I quickly gained the nickname "sugar foot" because it seemed that I attracted the most leeches out of everyone...AWESOME! So we got to the waterfall, which was very pretty, took some picture, took our leeches ...
... the guy who ran the the last place we stayed (bite ville) that the traffic gets crazy on Friday for the next 2 weeks while everyone comes up from the city's for their Christmas break. So these places will be rammed in the next few days hence while they are cutting all the verges. While driving we noticed that there is so much construction work going on. The roads have massive bits of kit, all new, mostly Cat machinery and there is miles of ...
... Harbour, we visited Dolphin Marine Magic. It was incredibly interactive and we all had amazing encounters with the marine animals. We all got a kiss from the dolphin and seal - though the seal was a little tickly for Logan's liking! We also got to feed the fairy penguins and fish. Kayleigh was especially lucky to be chosen out of the crowd to sing to the dolphins. She was adorable belting out 'Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star' while the ...
... Near the Marina is Muttonbird Island Nature reserve. We
climbed to the top where we could see out over the entrance and the Pacific
Ocean. We managed to spot a few whales going past and a pod of dolphins. The
views over Coffs Harbour were lovely. It got to about 20 degrees, so great for
sight seeing but not warm enough for swimming. On our way back to our van we
decided to do a quick stop at a place called Sawtell. Brett and Mitchell had a