Royal Palms Motor Inn
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... morning... Oh well, happy thoughts and free accommodation! Unfortunately the aforementioned bus run (for Friday 24th) turned out to be fruitless as 4 people got off but nobody needed a place to stay! Back to bed I went! Sadly the rain continued to fall and therefore copious amounts of money was forced into the pool machine (luckily none of it was mine hahaha)! That evening we watched Expendables 2, only to miss the final 15 minutes because the TV ...
... as its easternmost point of the mainland of Australia. Sectacular views of seacliffs
Arrived to our hotel just outside of Coffs harbour in the rain, that's why NSW is greener!
Very quiet around, we went into Coffs for dinner but found very little open, only pub/hotels. Apparently Sunday & Monday most restaurants are ...
... years since Greg and I drove to Coffs. I rarely drive pass the turnoff to Patonga when I drive north, so this is will seem like new territory to me. Our long drives are south down the Hume Highway to Melbourne and the countryside is very familar with fileds of yellow canola or sheep and cattle grazing. Driving north provides a very different landscape with verdant fields and dairy cattle and wide rivers the further we ...
... I chose to walk the 3km to Shelley Beach and back and after two hours of walking I cooled off with a cold shower in the picnic area on my return. After I collected Rod from golf, we drove back to Angourie for arvo tea at Silk & Sand Boutique Gallery and Café. Just love Angourie and its wonderful beaches! From here we headed north on the hectic Pacific Hwy for about an hour to our last caravan park stay in our trip, Sandalwood Van and Leisure ...
... 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