Palm Court Motor Inn
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... off was Newcastle, didn't look great.
Next stop was a petrol station so we went and got some chips, were really nice. Continued on, few more stops until we got to Port Macquarie.
Were picked up by the bus and taken too the hostel, seemed like a small place that was alright. Dropped our bags in the room then checked in. We now about 2:40. They told us that there were Dolphins down in the harbour, so we went for a walk to see them. The walk wasn't too ...
... the Port Macquarie Historic Cemetery from 1824. The graves are so old and tell many stories from days gone by. Sad when you read the tombstones that tell of a woman dying just days after giving birth and then the baby soon after. The convicts are in unmarked graves. Onto a scenic drive to visit the old lighthouse at Tacking Point. It is the third oldest lighthouse in Australia. Then to Laurieton near Kew. The Indigenous story about ...
... about 30 mins just taking it all in and then on our way down the coastal road rather than the highway.
We stopped at the headland for a great view back over Lennox Heads and then another stop at Boulder Rock where there must have been about 20 surfers in the water all trying to catch a good wave.
Beautiful Ballina Beaches beat Byron Bay ... again, just my ...
... and looked huge in the clear sky!
Today we left the Gold Coast and went to Byron Bay the most easterly point in Australia. It was walk from the car park down the bottom of the hill and up the hill, and down the hill, and up the hill to the most Easterly point in Australia and the most easterly lighthouse. Then we headed to Coffs Harbour and the Big Banana, we had an ice-cream ...
... 8217;. Unofrtunately on that day we were subjected to our very first Australian thunder storm and the rain came down like that from a power shower head and our clothes were drenched beyond immediate rescue. We crashed out once we got home, the overly expensive beer having more of an effect than it should’ve after a weeks detox from drink.
We woke up early the next day to give us enough time to walk to the bus stop. For some reason I woke up that day feeling ...