Aston Hill Motor Lodge
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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I would have like to re-visited Bellingen but given the lateness of the hour we would have been looking at it in darkness … so on we drove as the sun set and the road and surrounding bush were soon pitch black.
We eventually arrived at Port Macquarie at 6.35pm - a tad over 9 hours of driving. We were given an extra large room on the first floor - great – dragging ...
... cling film. Regardless, as long as I stay on my towel with a book and tobacco I can still have a wonderful time at the beach. And the beaches at Port Macquarie really were something beautiful, especially when you have one to yourself. Chris spent some time feeling nostalgic and fashioned himself a seat of sand that he was endlessly proud of but I just couldn’t help myself throwing his socks in the hole he had dug. He retaliated back nearly dropping my shoes in the sea but he ...
... much felt as though I could be back in Cornwall with the beautiful beaches and rugged coastline, but the blazing sun reminded me that I definitely wasn't! There were a few cool shelters made out of drift wood all the way along the walk. They were only really big enough for one person to sit in, but I think they were made by people fishing off of the beach. The sea was quite rough and even the lagoon at Shelly Beach was getting a bit of ...
... Latte, then headed back home. When we got back, Rudi went in for a swim in the pool while Jim did his daily Trombone practice, he is getting very good at playing and Vivienne and Syl got busy doing what Syl loves best - feeding the beautiful Rainbow Lorikeets and Topknots (they look similar to Quail), and loving every minute of the experience.
The four of us went downtown town in the evening to a favourite restaurant of Jim and Vivienne's ...
... suddenly confronted with flames across the road. Cars had stopped and were back tracking with their lights flashing. The wind had changed again so I gave it a try. Problem number two was the smoke. A police car blocked the road, the officer requested that I would not proceed as it was not known what was happening further up the freeway.
I turned back and joined the traffic doing a detour, only to ...