Golden Sands Motor Inn
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This morning we went on one of Australia's largest and most diverse regional markets! After an hour walking over it and not buying anything (was very difficult :) ) we started on to the roads again We stopped in Nambucca heads for the lookouts where we made ...
... banking on being able to sell all this kit up in Noosa to grab back money for our Cambodian trip in 6 weeks time. Fingers crossed. Having bought the kids boards and found a good surf beach I'm now having kittens about sharks ( an attack here only last week) and of course the strong rips. It's that constant battle of letting them go but wanting to keep them close and safe! Toby joins us here next week. He can share the worry and ease my nerves. ...
... here over the long weekend, and unfortunately, the amenities were seriously lacking. 3 showers and 3 toilets in each of the men and women's. It wasn't all that pleasant, but we survived it, and must say how funny it was watching everyone pack up and go on Monday. It was a mass exodus. We now have the park virtually to ourselves. The park is ...
The Woolgoolga Danish Pastry and Sandwich shop provided breakfast which we walked back to our hotel to eat. We bought apples, bananas, and chicken at the supermarket for our lunch and then drove south to Nambuca Heads. Around a headland on the local beach, a fish boat was pulled out of the water. The remains of a flathead fish, a favourite catch in Australia, was lying on the beach for the gulls. Our lunch was eaten by a riverside ...
... to walk or kayak each day, and Roscoe got into some writing. A couple of nights we braced for bad weather, and on the final night we received over 125mm of rain lashed by a driven and blustery southerly wind which roared like a train through the surrounding trees. The next morning we awoke to a slightly flooded lake and two very wet and tied neighbours who had weathered the last days in ...