Dolphin Sands Holiday Villas
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... 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 we'd arrived in Coffs when ...
... drinks that evening which ends a great night. In the morning we are up early for our surf lesson. Again we go through the routine of preparing and heading out. Even with a very persistent surf instructor I struggle to stand. I was a good lesson though, and it's now I realise that the salt helps a sore throat and the volume of snot that escapes isn't because of a cold, it's normal, ...
... I adopt a massive, exaggerated right leg limp to see if that will persuade a more sympathetic response from her, but none is forthcoming.
So rather sniffily I say `well then don't blame me if we end up in a heap at the bottom of the mountain.'
Lady Margaret, still clutching her bag in both hands, elevates her nose a little higher in the air but otherwise ignores me.
We make it safely down the mountain, no thanks to my life's ...
... a good place to be for that!. The next night there was a bon fire and the night after we all headed back out to the beach for a beach party! They had a pretty sweet stereo built into a trash can and tiki torches that were all set up on the beach.
... take shape. After around 10 minutes the man was holding a full on clog. We were all very impressed and applauded until we were silenced by his announcement that the person who had travelled the furthest would receive the clog as a souvenir. He said they had someone as far as Singapore before so I thought I would destroy that record. Someone next to me said 'Queens' but was dwarfed by my shout out of 'England!'. Everyone looked mighty impressed and I stood there ...