Kingsford Smith Motel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Breakfast Available
- Swimming pool
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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Another high speed train. Very smooth and reasonably priced. Stayed out at the airport and left this morning. Long flight - 12hrs 45mins. Wandered around Singapore airport for 2hrs to get plane from Singapore to Brissie. Another 7.5 hours later we landed. Anyhow we are back to home in the morning.
Saturday 17 October...
We woke early and had a relaxed breakfast and start to the day on our campsite then headed off to Coffs Harbour.
We popped into the Tourist Information Centre for some tips of the area and to find out where we could watch the Wales v South Africa match live. We got a few tips but also got the bad news that there would be nobody playing the match live tonight!
We decided to spend some time in Coffs ...
... Her neck feathers bulged and her
head craned up, but she got it down. Later, I saw her sitting on her
keeper's hand, eyes half closed in what can only be described as a
After the owls came Amiga the male
wedge-tailed eagle. Yes, that name did throw me for a twist when I
heard the bird's gender ('amiga' means 'female friend' in Spanish).
They are diurnal soarers who can spot a rabbit from one kilometre up.
One report ...
... clearly unstable or just very very tired and an over enthusiastic pom might not have been a good thing. I make my way to my train, find my seat and sort out my supplies for the next 12 hours. Only to be greeted 19 minutes later by the lady from the ticket and luggage areas - oh yes Hannah you've hit the jackpot you get to sit next to her for 12 hours. I say hi and get a grunt in response, this is going to be a long trip. We set off and she settles in the ...
... to suddenly eat it all. For what he does not eat one
day, he makes up the next. I got up on a step ladder and faced this
wide-mouthed feathery cyclops. He had an intense, targetless gaze
with his good eye. Visitors watched as I offered him some mouse. He
took three of the six pieces. When he dropped two bits in a row, the
visitors laughed. I told them if he wants it, great. If not, it is
okay for it to be rejected. I had to wait about 20 ...