Mid Pacific Motel
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... would be in these weather related circumstances. We pull into a beautiful country property at Telegraph Point just north of Port Macquarie. There are horses Max and Tully, Ziggy the dog, Tihs the cat (backward spelling) and a hard working Scott who is building a self contained tourist lodging to the side of the house. Maggie is in Sydney seeing her unwell Mum so Scott is looking after the animals. Beth is such an animals person and can't wait to feed the horses and ...
... Plus their deal of 10 hours for just barely over a hundred bucks was a sure steal. They helped me get on my board within the first two hours, gave me excellent critique on finessing my pop-up and believe that most of it is due to their abundant passion for surfing and teaching. So far Port Macquarie has given us so much, that the idea of pitching our tents some longer feels just about right :) So ...
I would have like to re-visited Bellingen but given the lateness of the hour we would have been looking at it in darkness … so on we drove as the sun set and the road and surrounding bush were soon pitch black.
We eventually arrived at Port Macquarie at 6.35pm - a tad over 9 hours of driving. We were given an extra large room on the first floor - great – dragging ...
... won many awards. We tried Kangaroo Teriyaki, and a seafood pie with lobster, prawn and barramundi. Yes, it tasted as good as it sounds! Check them out on redneds.com.au.
With a good brunch to tide us over, we headed for one more lookout before we left town. More amazing views. This place is absolutely gorgeous.
Headed off to the highway, and thought we would check out Taree on the way. There was a rest area just a few kms south of Taree, so we thought ...
... a few more hours kip. It has always been my belief that the realm of consciousness you are in when you’re half awake and half asleep in the mornings is the most relaxed a person can be. Any worries or troubles seem to float away to nothingness and the remnants of the previous night’s dreams linger in the mind like cigarette smoke on a breezeless day. Chris and Chloe ended up going for a huge walk around the town’s nature reserve whilst I sank into the bed. ...