East Port Motor Inn
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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No, it wasn't b-boy Barry or X-Men namesake Xavier, who caught our eye. Couldn't have coped with all the attention anyway ;), but the most gorgeous Zenani. She was the victim of a horrific bushfire, causing her to lose all her claws, yet still managed to climb into our hearts and be a part of this crazy ensemble of nutters we call family :) Zenani or simply Nani was named after Nelson Mandela's elder daughter the princess of Swaziland, so it couldn't ...
... The rain has slightly damped our ability to do the 'tourist' thing.......I am not really complaining, just having to plan indoor activities......like the Movies, tenpin bowling etc. There is a Country Music festival in Tamworth late January, we would like to go there, so when we leave here we will tour around Tamworth for awhile. Love to all, have a great festive New Year, celebrate to the max, have a good time, you will all be in our thoughts. Love, Peter, Gail and ...
... of Coffs Harbour.
By then it was a little after 4pm and I was shocked to see how much the town had grown - there was really no time to stop and explore here as much as we would have liked to.
I was lost when I got into Woolgoolga - it was so spread out ... I did manage to see the huge Sikh temple (Guru Nanak Sikh Temple (Gurudwara)) resplendent with a couple ...
... stay in town all day, then retire there for a free night. Checked it out before town, and were told in no uncertain terms, with very unfriendly signs, that NO CAMPiNG was allowed, despite it being listed as an overnight site in our camps book. Also as we were checking it out, we had another downpour of rain, soaking us to the skin. Not as auspicious start for Taree.
So we drove into town, found it a bit old and all over the place. Streets were narrow ...
... 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 ...