Sheridans on Prince Holiday Apartments
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... amazing place. We camped the night at Rankins Springs Caravan Park before heading for home on Wednesday December 31. We arrived home about 3.00 p.m. exactly 8 months after leaving on May 1.
It was a great trip - lots of interesting places and experiences - also met some very nice people, some of which we will keep in contact with. Thanks for following our blog and hope you have enjoyed our travels.
... a new amenities block.
People who camped here back then just set up their tents wherever.
The beaches are just as beautiful, as for the creek, we just knew it as Corindi Creek, now they refer to it as Corindi River. Not many fish to be had so we are told.
We took a drive to Coffs, arrived there in no time at all with the new ...
... from the Blue Mountains. Chair shaped from our
journey, we all decided to uncoil with an evening dip in the hotel pool. It was
a beautiful modern pool with a lovely hot tub attached. The girls had a good
splash and lots of fun, before showering off and heading off into the land of
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... swim with the dolphins but it was slightly expensive. We went down to check it out and the woman said I I wanted to do it, it was in 5 minutes times so I had no time to think about the price. What I paid for was to swim with a dolphin for 30 minutes, watching it do tricks and all sorts...it was worth every penny!!! After a morning filled with dolphin swimming we took out the free surf boards from the hostel and went down to the beach where Callum wanted ...
... br> We then embark on a 6.6 km trail over the edge of the escarpment and down into the forest. The path is tarmaced, because otherwise it would become eroded, tricky for walking and slippery when wet, but otherwise the forest is natural and unspoilt in any way. It's cool and damp and smells of soil and rotting wood and decay. Its a fight for light in there and the vegetation has to either grow very tall, and the trees are massive, or it has to cling onto ...