Blue Dolphin Motel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... s Head were also good camp spots. A visit to Trial Bay goal for a bit of history and a coastal hike at Coffs Harbour included climbing up Mutton Bird Island on a very steep path. Our days seem to have a loose routine of surf/ swim, walk, breakfast with a stunning view search for a good morning coffee and a shady spot for a snooze and or to read and then repeat in the afternoon. Time passes easily. Have added about 10 new birds to our list with the highlight was ...
After leaving the safe haven of Victor Harbour, we head cross country out of South Australia via a one horse town called Keith, and a ride on the tiny Wellington cable ferry into the rolling Victoria countryside. It is only slowly that you begin to remember the incredible yawning vastness of Australia, which is roughly the size of western Europe (yes, all of western Europe), and everywhere is twice as far as you think; - and what looks like a harmeless ...
... on. He said, everyone is on Holiday. Like we knew everyone in Australia went on Holiday at Christmas! We had to keep moving so Johnnie continued driving. We stopped at the next town, nothing. We continued on. We finally stopped in Nabucca Heads. There was still no accommodations. So we pulled into a parking spot at the Destiny Lodge motel and spent the night in the car. We were too sleepy to continue and we ...
... appetite!). I was really looking forward to today as I had been to the pool before and loved it; I couldn't wait to see the kids reactions.
We spent a wonderful 4 hours at the centre. We watched the dolphin and seal show in the main pool, patted a dolphin as it swam past on its back, had seal kisses, dolphin kisses, dolphin handshakes, fed some large fish with tongs (Samuel particularly loved doing this), fed ...
... the weather cleared up and the worst of it was over. However, it wasn't long before we saw several cars and a motorbike queued up behind what turned out to be a big tree that had fallen over into the road, which didn't look like anything short of a few chainsaws was going to clear up.
We were left with little choice but to turn round and figured we'd go to Coff's Harbour and take an alternate route to our planned destination. We wanted to ...