Golden Sands Motor Inn
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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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 ...
... nice little beach that has a net around it which makes it safe for swimming. We had a short walk on the beach and then walked back across the bridge. On our way back to the bridge we saw some dolphins. I managed to get a photo of the top of a fin just before it disappeared into the water.
On the last day we drove to Tuncurry to the beach where we could walk with the dog off the lead. We walked quite a long way ...
... Jay misjudged the size of her tit because she has lost so much weight! There was no warning on the table of such events occurring. We'd hate to think of others going through the trauma Jay suffered and therefore we are thinking of setting up a foundation to warn others of the perils of foldaway tables. The thought of anything else getting trapped brings a tear to my eyes! The Burning Mountain Reserve wasn't far away from the camp site and we were there ...
... It is always so reassuring for us to have her stay in our home while we are away. This day was no exception and Shirley as usual was right on time, bright and cheerful and ready to drive us to our local railway station of Taree for our train trip to Sydney where we would stay overnight before heading off to Shanghai the next morning. Shirley, now a pensioner, had travelled extensively in her younger days and as usual would have ...