Lennox Beach Resort - Lennox Head
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The trip went really well yesterday, although very long, 12 hours. My brother drove all the way but we did have a few stops along the way.
Lennox heads caravan park is well set up with the facilities. The cabin was just what we needed to crash, probably better then a cheap hotel.
Had an amazing prawn pizza called 'The King' based on the king prawns. The beers went down well ...
... smells good'! Yep, they were right, the views were amazing, the weather glorious in the afternoon sun and the food was SO good!
As we packed up to have a walk down to the beach I said to Paulie I had to use the little girls room before we set off. So off I walked to the 'toilet block' only to find it was in fact an observatory!!! Easy mistake to make! The sign ...
... trousers and pony tails but hey. Whatever gets you.
We had Rob’s birthday while we were there - spent at the Federal Hotel “the Fed” - a classic old, slightly grungy hotel/pub with huge wooden veranda and french doors, with a beautiful big old central stairway and hall. Very busy mainly due to the food and music on on a Friday. We had a great meal then sat back and watched the show - single wrinkled Aussie bloke with a foot drum, honky tonk guitar ...
... to handle but trained well and it went without a hitch.
Went back to Glencoe in the misty rain and I felt very at home as though I had been there before in a previous life. Felt like that last time we went also. Entered a lot of castles and stately homes (a round tower home). Visited Viking houses and a 17th century Mead Path Tower in The Shetlands. Some of the Viking houses were amazing and very much intact a lot like Skara Brae in the Orkneys.
From Miles we headed south taking as many back roads as we could. Down through Dalby, Tenterfield, Casino, Lismore and finally Lennox Head. Along the way we camped at rest areas, one beside a weir, another in a clearing in the middle of a forest. We have noticed the weather becoming increasingly colder the further south we travel.
We have known our friends, Ron & Gwen for over 40 years. We were neighbours ...