BEST WESTERN PLUS Hw Boutique Hotel
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18th March - After a long 6 hour coach journey we arrive in Port Macquarie, a small beach town north of Sydney. We are staying at Beachside Backpackers which is a very small hostel with a nice communal area. The only downside was a very stroppy manager that shouted at me for not shutting a door within 2 minutes of being there. Other than that all of the staff were really nice. We checked in and quickly set out to the only koala hospital in the world! At 8am and 3pm every day they do a ...
... sleepy towns of Beaudesert and Rathdowney. From Rathdowney the famous “Lions" road runs south. This used to be a rough surfaced dirt road but is now tarred all the way. The name has nothing to do with lions as this is the domain of cows rather than of those fury animals. The name comes from the Lions Club who looks after this road. After having planned to come this way you can imagine my disappointment finding a large sign on the side of the road ...
... wind. We had Fish 'n' chips on the first night as we were both to tired to cook and it was lovely. On Sunday we went to the local markets that were a little disappointing so we headed off to another market and on the way passed an old 1930's Dennis Fire Truck. We stopped to take photos but the Fire Truck was going to the market so we got some great photos.
Today we took a drive along the Pacific Road (along the ocean road) and went ...
... just to buy a packet of biscuits. 40 minutes later, we leave Aldi's, armed with 2 bags of groceries each!!! It is an amazing supermarket, where you can buy anything from a packet of biscuits to a queen sized bed or a washing machine! The men were happy pottering around the tools and gadgets section, and we had great trouble getting them out of the store when we had finished buying our 'biscuits'! Dear Paul is still wondering how ...
... some breakfast. Now Gosford is a strange place. A place I hope to never really step foot in again. It felt like the Australian version of Royston Vasey from The League of Gentlemen. Everyone had an eye on you as you walked past them and all the locals looked more like caricatures of themselves rather than… themselves. Needless to say we were glad when we hopped onto our train and settled into our seats. Luckily our next destination was considerably more welcoming. We had a ...