Palm Court Motor Inn
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking rooms
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... with a galah (parrot) on his shoulder! Very sweet. We wondered round trying to find somewhere to eat and saw that there were evening cruises with fish and chips. No prices however and I assumed they would be £30 each+ which we can't afford! However we popped into the tourist info centre and they said it was only about £14 each! That includes the chippy dinner too. So we managed to squeeze on a boat called the Chinese Junk (don't ask me!) ...
... on Hastings River, and has been operating since 1962, and was originally surrounded by fields. Those fields have now been built on, waterways have been constructed and is now a canal living residence with beautiful, very large homes, all having their own boat ramp down to the water. It was a bit odd to park up and be facing one of these homes on the other side of the road. A lovely spot, though, and very quiet. After we have ...
It had grown so much since we were last here several years ago and seemed to have several shopping centres rather than one central shopping area. To be honest, from the highway which goes through the city and no doubt creates traffic chaos, Coffs Harbour with all it's shopping centres and buildings looks like a sprawling concrete jungle - there was nothing attractive nor inviting about it at all ... gone is the seaside country charm ...
... of mild cynicism. We then went for a wander to a beach which was literally empty. There are few things better than relaxing on a deserted beach. That said, and I’ll admit it now, I’m really not a fan of beaches. Shout in disbelief all you like but seriously, what’s this ******* hoohah with sand? Is there a more irritating, impractical substance on this planet than billions of tiny shards of rock? You go in the sea then come back and it just seems to stick to you ...
... way along the coastal track - which I'd actually heard of before arriving and was planning on walking! He very kindly cooked me a yummy omelette, corn on the cob and jacket potato for tea and we sat up chatting for quite some time. He's been a host for about 8 years so has had a huge amount of people stay with him, but he's also exceedingly well travelled so it was really interesting listening to the various places he's been and what ...