Port Aloha Motel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... and the kids really loved our time here, especially the daily visits from the local kangaroos, campfires and toasting marshmellows on the clear nights we had, and some beach time. As well as spending some quality time with family we also got to catch up with some lovely school friends who live close by, so that was great. The weather was mixed and a little too cool for us bigger kids to swim, but we had some lovely sunny days where we got down to the beach and the kids ...
We left Coffs Harbour with a smile on our faces. Dylan had been born, the sun was shining(no rain) and Arsenal beat West Ham. We went to Nabucca Head for breakfast and followed the tourist drive to South West Rocks which was absolutely beautiful a typical holiday place. It is much nicer driving the tourist drives because they take you of the highways and you see the real Australia. We then continued on to Port Macquarie also via a tourist drive so ...
... re soon drenched in a most wonderful sunrise, which is second to none in a matter of seconds. A quick dip in the chilly salt water later, we cranked up the radio to "Driving Back Home for Christmas" and only look forward to all the other pretty beaches, big bananas and doggies on the way up. A very happy Christmas to all of ...
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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, ...
... Shore" and had a look around.
Port Macquarie was gearing up for the Iron Man event which has 1800 competitors, the whole town was filled with Lycra and fancy bikes - one young waitress even asked if we were competing - we looked for her guide dog but couldn't see one.
We bumped into a lady I met years ago when the boys we small while having coffee and they kindly invited us to their new home for ...