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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... a swimming pool made from filtered ocean water! We couldn't resist a swim, despite the cold and did a few training lengths to warm us up!
Once out and changed we continued northwards to Port Macquarie but neither of us particularly liked the look of the place so after a quick look around we continued on our way finding a great bush camp. We collected our firewood, made a fabulous fire and enjoyed our BBQ and wine as we chilled away the evening surrounded by lots of campers! ...
... was cool. Haven't seen an awake koala before. They had several koala statues with more in the town -much like the Bristol gorillas and Gromits which was cool. After the koala hospital we were dropped off on a costal path and walked back to our accommodation. It was really nice walking along as the sun set and we saw dolphins in the harbour. Cooked pasta for supper (trying to save money) and then watched films and played cards for the rest of the ...
... were making above us at Bimbi park, she said it was the mother koala having a go at a male koala, Ari had recorded it on her phone. We headed back to the hostel then. Was about a half hour walk, stopped at IGA on the way to get some water.
Got back to the hostel and had a rest, sat in the living room for a while and then made tea. Went and had showers then went back to the room. It was full now as more germans had arrived, they weren’t ...
An unbelievable six months and a near miss in Shitney later, the three of us finally reunited Down Under among the koalas. Since Port was pretty much our new stomping ground, we qualified as the perfect backpacker guides with juicy insider dope on local showers and lockable toilets in and around town. And everything other than free wifi of course ;) Anyhow, the past three days went by like sand slipping through our ...
... Niño Culotta summed up Australians well in his book "They're a Weird Mob", and today we witnessed this as we observed the demonstrated need for people to commemorate significant emotional events or occasions. All along this breakwater, people had decorated the boulders in honour of their "event". Some recorded memories of family holiday times spent at Port Macquarie, some told of engagements and marriages, ...