Excelsior Motor Inn
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... April Intrepid Trip 8 days Madrid to Barcelona
19th April to 28th April...not sure yet..either a 7 day Mediterranean jaunt or some free wheeling through southern France and gradually make my way over to St Jean Pied de Port to commence the El Camino de Santiago. It should take me about 5 weeks if everything goes to plan and I am looking to commence in late April.
28th April to 3 June 800 km ...
... night after next! They find us a replacement site but it is tiny. So we say thank you but no thank you as politely as possible. How can you make that sort of mistake? Why would someone put up a camper trailer then take it down again put it up somewhere else then take it down and then put it up back in the first place. I ask the girl behind the counter to pass on my regards to whoever took the booking, I know it's her, I recognise her voice. She absolutely could not care less ...
... of Coffs Harbour.
By then it was a little after 4pm and I was shocked to see how much the town had grown - there was really no time to stop and explore here as much as we would have liked to.
I was lost when I got into Woolgoolga - it was so spread out ... I did manage to see the huge Sikh temple (Guru Nanak Sikh Temple (Gurudwara)) resplendent with a couple ...
... and drove to the big banana and had an ice-cream. We kept on driving and at 5.30pm it was pitch black and drove until dinner time and set up in the dark. Me and dad went and cooked dinner, I played on the trampoline. There was a ski lake out the back of the caravan park.
Today I went and got my face painted where the disco was last night, it was very fancy in the room with all the ...
... for the prospect of lugging our bags any further that day would have seemed hellish. First world problems hey? At the hostel we were introduced to the manager, an Australian guy called Colin and an American guy who worked there as well called Danny. They were all very welcoming and far, far nicer than the people who worked at the hostel in Sydney. The building was small and cosy and looked more like an old 1 storey Victorian bungalow than a hostel and to mine and Chris’ ...