Royal Palms Motor Inn
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- High-speed internet in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Microwave in room
- Outdoor pool
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Refrigerator in room
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Travel Blogs from Coffs Harbour
... Village Caravan Park - very nice and cheap. It combines a retirement type village with the caravan park - excellent facilities, very friendly staff and beautiful gardens. We took a slab site near the amenities block and must say it is the best caravan park we have ever stayed at. The following day we took a long drive on the Old Glenn Innes Road. Mostly dirt along the Boyd River and through the hills ...
... Wardell, $25 with power and its a hidden gem well off the hwy. October 1st We left Wardell at 9am, keen to get home, and the temperature was already in the twenties! Only 15mins to Ballina and time to stock up on groceries and to book Sherman in for an overdue service. Our next stop was our real estate agent in Lennox to collect our house keys and then home to unpack in our little cottage. We were warmly greeted by many of our neighbours. I just ...
... I had played down the significance of this journey because lots of
families travel around Australia these days. How hard can it be? All I have to
do is remember to ‘Go with the flow’ and ‘trust the process’ and ‘live life
simply’ and any other insightful words of wisdom I can conjure up and then it
will all be a walk in the park….wont it?
Now as I look back there was a lot of preparation and in
... couple of days.
From Jane !!
Hi all, John has been doing such a good job at blogging, I thought I would leave him to it but just wanted to add this bit. The colours of clothes in the shops and boutiques in Australia are so mouth watering I think it must be infuenced by the beautiful sunshine here.
One other point I feel I should make...... never totally trust John if he tells you ...
... which was lovely.
Our last nite we had a great session for sundowners, followed by a communal dinner, more drinks and finally to bed. At about 1am a southerly gale blew in and we were scrambling outside to fold up the awning and retrieve chairs, table and mats as the wind howled thru our camp. By morning all was reasonably calm and we all went looking for incidentals which went north. Farewell Arrawarra.