Sails Resort Port Macquarie - By Rydges
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... cafe, a laser tag and an ice-rink. All owned and financed by tourists coming to see the Big Banana. It was tacky, but it was great!
This was our last stop before the final 3 hour stint to get us into Byron Bay. The last hour or so in the dark wasn't much fun, but we got there. Well we thought we did only to realise we arrived at the wrong YHA Byron and were booked into the other one 200m up the street! So back in the car and 30 seconds later...we got ...
... After tea we watched a Miss Marple mystery before heading to bed. I was quite disappointed in myself as I didn't figure out 'who dun it' like I usually do! I must be slipping! On another note, we were very saddened by the news of the Malaysian Airline disaster. Every TV channel has been broadcasting the story and the crash pictures relentlessly, and it is a very sad day indeed. Our thoughts and prayers go out to all the families ...
The wonderful Roti house was built by John Flynn in 1891, John and Jessie had 6 children, and this house stayed in their family until the 1980's when the government bought it, it was returned to its former glory and opened for us to enjoy, the koala hospital is out the back of this property, we saw a few koalas that are currently being nursed back to health, some will be released others have been too injured to ...
... it didn’t look like it was going to be too much trouble. Christ, I made that sound far more exciting than it actually was. Chris was still up for fishing so all 3 of us headed down to a big lake near the hostel to try our luck. The lovely crimson purple dusk was descending over the town as we sat with our legs dangling over the pier and the stars began to emblazon themselves in the dark canvas of the night sky. Chris got a good few bites but unfortunately his attempts ...
... but realised I was really making them nervous, so I resumed my walk...
The park had a lovely trail following the river, then a crossover bridge and then a trail back, I enjoyed so much, it looked rather wild and one could forget sometimes the city was just all around! Sometimes I saw more flying foxes, not so many and much higher in the Eucalyptus trees, who did not mind me being there.
I love it so much when I see wildlife in the ...