Blue Dolphin Motel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Bald Knob'. All these Ozzie country towns seem fully equipped with all the brilliant little shops that have been strangled out of existence in the UK (and more specifically Bognor Regis) by the great god Tesco and the like. - They have at least one bakers-cum-coffee shop, which dispenses pies of indescribable deliciousness (access to pies is a kind of basic human right in Australia), they have proper butchers (usually 2 or 3 butchers), local ...
... We walked right along the painted rocks and Shelly Beach and by this point the weather and heat returned and made up for its absence.
By late afternoon we decided to cycle back and call it a day.
Monday 15th December 2014
Another alarm meant another check out and once we packed, we politely asked if we could hang onto the bikes until the afternoon before the greyhound was due.
We left our bags and cycled into the town centre, ...
... we were here tags and even a marriage proposal. Beautiful colours and shapes forming a unique foreground to the view across the river and beach. Cameron enjoyed some time alone with his camera playing with different settings etc, while John, Noah and Joshua did some precariously dangerous fishing off the rocks. A very warm morning & we all got a bit of a touch up by the sun. Jude, Mary, Noah, Joshua, ...
This morning we explored our local area of Nambucca Heads by
going on a family bike ride along the Nambucca river edge. After our little
ride we headed to Coffs Harbour to check out the big Banana and the marina. We
got in the banana spirit by sampling their banana splits and banana fritter.
Damn they were good. Whilst at the big Banana, Brett and the boys went on a
Toboggan ride. They loved every minute of it and wished they could keep going. ...
... was not a problem. If I had a choice, I would prefer to spend extra nights and relax at Port Macquarie, but at $36 a night, our 4 nights here would be the equivalent of one night there.
The other advantage of coming at such a quiet time was that there were some great meal deals at all the local pubs and clubs. That first night we hoed into steak, chips and salad for $9.50, with a schooner of James Squire for $2.50. We thought we had earned ...