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... is going ok both Luce and I took a turn as it was around a 5 hour drive unfortunately we missed a couple of turnings for some scenic routes. We stopped in Port Macquarie which was a nice town with plenty going on, probably one of the busier small towns we have been to. Grabbed a sandwich at a greasy spoon and got back on our travels. While we were there I did notice that it was like a raspberry ripples wet dream, there were so many people ...
... t pay a visit to this one! Parts of the
landscape along our route reminded me of rural Texas, with acres upon acres of
baron land, with scattered grazing cattle, wooden farmhouses and rusting
machinery. Then turn a corner, and you are back within lush green forests.
Australia has a very varied landscape thats for sure!
We finally arrived at our hotel for the night; a two storey apartment in
Paramatta, about ...
After my first 7 hour night bus from Sydney to Coffs I arrived at the hostel at 7 am and was unable to check in until 9pm. With all the waiting around I was able to arch up on the sleep I had not got whilst on the bus. Finally being able to check in a went straight to my room to dump my bags off to find Callum ( a friend from school who is now working out in Australia) in there! Waking him up we went off to make the most of the day...I had heard that in Coffs ...
... on. We had commented earlier that apart from the birds, there was little evidence of wildlife. Suddenly in a clearing we come across what we take to be a wallaby. Its lets us get quite close, poses for a few photos then decides it's had enough of us and hops it. All of a sudden we feel like Richard Attenborough and we scour the vegetation talking in whispers looking for more, but there is none. It turns out that what we saw was a Red-necked pademelon. Like you, ...
... The Kookaburras are very cool looking and get really puffed up, but they also liked to hang around during meals and swoop down and steal food off of people's plates. Even with a full picnic table of people they have no fear and sat on the fence near the ...