Hawaiian Sands Motor Inn
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... There had been massive gusts of wind and one had ripped through the tent and ripped the canvas. After about 10 mins of sitting there at 5.45 with thunder and lightening and lashing rain our spirits at zero, Rory started to vomit. If anybody thinks this is a holiday then they must either read all the entries in this blog or redefine their understanding of the word holiday. It's more of a 24 hr endurance marathon. I find myself often dealing with 5 or ...
... not really used to it. It was quite dirty, it was hot inside, no lock on the door en insects were all over the place.
The surfsessions went better than I could have expected. Ofcourse you fall, you stand up and get frustrated. The golden tip is to NOT get frustrated. For me that was pretty hard, it has to work! You have to work quite hard to catch a wave, but if you caught one you're the happiest person on earth. Surfing itself is not that easy, althought ...
... and the Guy Fawkes National Park. It was so green and lush even though we are late in the year. Stopped for a great photo opportunity at the road tunnel and also saw lots of cattle roaming free as well as wild herds of brumbies. This was a great drive - over 200 ks but really nice.
Thursday December 4 was a quiet day until about 4.00 p.m. A huge storm was closing in and hit about 4.30. Continuous thunder ...
... gardens. Seem strange seeing then just sitting around in the sun. Stayed in a nice site in Coffs and had a burger at Attitude it was amazing. Can highly recommend!!
Coffs was nice although strange as it has lovely beaches and waterfront but seems to have a town totally separate. It's under utilised and is missing the café culture of so many other costal towns we have visited. Anyway what was to come was even better!!
Emerald Beach ...
... from town to town or state to state or tourist destination to
another, our intention is to be conscious of crossing each Nation of our First
Peoples. To be respectful of the land, the spirit, the ancestors, the Elders,
the culture and do no harm but instead listen and learn and grow. Australia is
a big land mass and is made up of so many different Aboriginal Nations.
Aunty Bea calls in spirit to keep us safe as we cross
Country. We stand in ...