Excelsior Motor Inn
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... bench with a lookout between the trees. As I turned to look at the bench the plaque read "Life Is A Journey" and underneath it said "In recognition of people with dementia, their carers, families and friends." At the top there was an emblem for Alzheimer's Australia. I've mentioned in other posts about grief and how it just hits you out of nowhere and it did for a short while as a sat on the bench and reflected. But it wasn't just grief I felt. It was happiness and it was a ...
... digs. There is plenty to look at, though the train through the banana trees is no longer in use.
We continued into the dark tonight, hoping to find a free camp in one of the parking bays, as stated in our camps book. But no, not one of them allowed camping, “No Camping” emblazoned upon entry to each bay!! Not sure if it is due to all of the road works going on, but it made it ...
Well today was the day. Time to finish packing and hit the road. Mum and dad went to bed early last night so they still had plenty of packing and cleaning to do before we left. Dad had trouble walking after his race yesterday, and couldn't carry me down the stairs.
Anyway, I checked dad's list very carefully to make sure he didn't miss anything. Then we were off!
... photographs turned out a little dark. Photoshop may have to be utilised! We called into the Tacking Point Lighthouse. No longer in use, but a great viewing point. Lighthouse Beach looked like the pick of the beaches.
Back to the caravans. We were going out for dinner with the Freeman's. A family we met quite a few times (7) whilst on our holiday last year. Port Macquarie is their home town.
We headed out, a short walk along the boardwalk to the Town Green Inn to ...
Well after an early wake up call just before 6am, our neighbours decided that it was the perfect time to pack up and leave the CP. Ungrateful buggers. So we laid in bed till 7 and decide to get up and have breakie before packing up at a more reasonable 7.30. Our goal was Port Macquarie and that's where we are. We drove past where we bought ...