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... Nat - Sarah's friend, went to the Sunday markets in Cassegrain Winery which was beautiful! A lovely singer was set up with rugs on the floor for people to sit on and chill out! We tried their wine and their cheese which was delicious!!! Port Mac FACT! Port Macquarie had been noticed by Captain Cook on his voyage in 1770 but wasn't properly explored until 1819 by John Oxley, the highway here is named after him! And so far that raps up port Macquarie for now everyone! Miss you all! ...
... boys played frisbee while I lounged and watched them, it was quite strenuous. We returned to the hostel later in the day, and required a nap in the hammocks because, well, why not? We were awoken not long after and were summoned to go on a sunset canoe down the creek. It was very shallow and way a nice activity for all us backpackers to handle.
One of the many perks of the hostel was the free unlimited use of water sports equipment. On our ...
... boldly hopped over the fence for a better view - we live on the edge, we do). We then drove down to Edgar's lookout and admired the view there.
Then it was time for morning tea in Armidale. We found a cafe recommended by Lonely Planet (Bistro on Cinders) and thoroughly enjoyed drinks and a muffin whilst peering at the ever darkening sky.
Next stop was Apsley Gorge, but we did have to drive through some apocalyptic rain to get there. At the first lookout it was ...
... for Enrico to share our site at the Maleleuca caravan park, so he stayed both nights and ace to the happy hour too. Kellie, Corey and Zac as well as Daniel and Em were already there - in the evening we chatted to campers, the owners and their friends and family before sharing our Bambi pasta leftover with Enrico in the really nixed camp kitchen, whilst the others used the ...
... br> We had two great days at Crescent Head. We didn't go anywhere or do anything other than take in what the town had to offer which was great weather, great views and nice vibe. Crescent Head was a great place to finish off our holiday.
Tomorrow we are heading further south to Woy Woy which is about 60 kms north of Sydney. The plan for Woy Woy is to use it as a base to find somewhere to live in the northern suburbs of Sydney.