Hawaiian Sands Motor Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... is going ok both Luce and I took a turn as it was around a 5 hour drive unfortunately we missed a couple of turnings for some scenic routes. We stopped in Port Macquarie which was a nice town with plenty going on, probably one of the busier small towns we have been to. Grabbed a sandwich at a greasy spoon and got back on our travels. While we were there I did notice that it was like a raspberry ripples wet dream, there were so many people ...
... the toboggan. Everyone enjoyed the thrill of cruising down the slopes - though I was a little more cautious than Cam! We then went to Sealy lookout to enjoy the views over Coffs Harbour. After Logan's sleep, we went to The Clog Barn. The owners had meticulously created miniature scenes depicting different buildings and environments of Holland. The kids were fascinated and impressed by the little villages - as were we!
On our final day ...
... surfing. For Tash, i decided to stay with the girls for the night in the hostel instead of finding my way back to my godfathers in the middle of the night. I ended up sharing a bed head to toe with soph which actually was fine and we both fell straight to sleep! We woke up at 9 as we wanted to have a full day for Sophs birthday so headed out for a nice breakfast all together! After having splashed out a little we headed to the shops so Soph could spend some ...
... steep hairpin bends up the escarpmentment and on to the plateau at the top.
A very helpful lady at the visitor centre gives us a map of the walking track and advises the must see places along the way. Then onto the skywalk, a 40m elevated platform, projecting over the rim of the escarpment ending up at a viewing point tree top height with a fantastic panorama of the mountains and valleys beyond and the subtropical/temporate rainforest tumbling away ...
... their own stays at the surf academy. The first night we got there the group we went with from USC just headed out to the beach and enjoyed the stars. It was amazing, I've never seen so many stars in my life. I guess being in the middle of nowhere on the ...