Opal Cove Resort
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
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- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsOpal Cove Resort Coffs Harbour
great resort, friendly staff
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Had a difficult start to the day!
Took some Wilson family photos from the deck overlooking the beautiful tropical gardens of the River House then headed out in the car for a look around. We drove North on the highway and took a detour into Sawtell. A really lovely little town with Fig trees growing in the centre of the main street. Beautiful old trees forming an umberella across both road lanes and creating a shady haven for shops ...
... and sensory gardens. The walk back to the hostel was still hot but we stopped off at the shop to get some bits for dinner. A quick dip in the pool, dinner and a film in the TV room ended another day of lots of walking.
Thursday 11th December 2014
We had planned on getting up super early as we had heard that today there would be a high chance of thunderstorms and we had lots to do. But ...
... The other thing you don't find on the Hume is roadside stalls selling oysters. I'd bring some back to Maddy but I don't think they'd travel well. I kept and eye on the outside temperature in the car it was steadily climbing to 40 and when we stopped for petrol it felt hotter. In the distant dark clouds were brewing and then we encountered rain which dropped the temperature by ten degrees. The drive north took about six hours. I new ...
... on the Cruiser in over 10 years. The challenge was to get the spare down from the back. The neighbour was not much help so we rang the NRMA. Why have gold membership if you don't use it. Turns out the spare mechanism was a bit stubborn - it didn't take the NRMA chap long to fix the problem and change the tyre. Hopefully we won't get another flat for the next 10 years.
Had a super big breakfast :) then we left the hotel at 7.30am with Mya as my coach buddy. Made the long drive to Coffs Harbour for surf camp. We stopped off for lunch at Port Macquarie which is beautiful and apparently has an average temperature of 25 degrees all year round! It was 29 degrees today so me, Ann, Mya and Claire grabbed lunch at the supermarket and ate on the grass by the harbour.
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