Hastings Valley Motel
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... o the Pacific Highway compared to our experience on the New England Highway.
Whoa Woolgoolga ... how you've changed !!!
A little way out of Grafton, the Highway was divided and there were two lanes going each way - so a much better trip … until we turned off at Woolgoolga which has now been by-passed by the new "improved" Princess Highway - well at least part of it from somewhere south of Grafton to ...
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Lookouts and Highways
Leaving beautiful Nelson Bay today, so decided to check out all the lookouts before we go. There was one walking distance from our caravan park, so did this early in the morning before we checked out. Amazing views of the bays and the oceans.
We then headed into town to check out a place we had found the previous day called Red Ned's Pie shop. It had a list of very unusual sounding pies, ...
... could offer. After meandering for some time we found the only place that seemed to be open, a little club called ‘The Pier’. There was an open mic on that night and after we got some drinks at the bar, mine and Chris’ beer tasted strongly, and I mean very ******* strongly, of Elderflower, we sat down to take in the musical talent that Port Macquarie had to offer although somewhat strangely they had that scene from Kill Bill with the eyeball being silently ...
... running my little business "Bottled Earth" and trying to figure out how I was going to get this done by the time my friend wanted to leave. I wanted to give up a few times. But my friends and family never gave up on me. It's now March 2014. Passport is here, 2 year working visa is acquired, tickets are booked and paid for and room is boxed up. Wow. Who would of known. Libby is heading ...
... patio and up above that a huge pergola that Jim has built which shades a rockery garden and pools, and down below the gardens the forest fringes the property. Rudi offered to move in and help Jim with his gardens, he was in heaven and completely in awe of all the gorgeous flowers - they both had to be dragged indoors - lunch was ready!
After lunch we all jumped into our SUV and Jim guided us on a tour along the coast, stopping along the way to walk ...