The Entrance, a small seaside town (pop. 3,873) favoured by holidaying families, surfers, and fisher people, is only a few minutes drive from where we live.
Like many coastal towns in the region, it provides plenty of space for visitors to enjoy themselves, with long walks and uncrowded beaches. A daily attraction is pelican feeding. Scores of pelicans gather to be fed each afternoon. (The Entrance is recognised as the Pelican Capital of Australia.)
The only time it gets really busy is […]
I’m sure there are other places in the world where I could live that are equal, possibly superior, to the Central Coast of New South Wales, but I have no desire to seek them out because I’m already in paradise.
Blue Bay, which is only a few minutes from our house, is a good example of why. Here is a view on a Saturday morning in May:
And here’s another:
Except for cities and a few resorts, these beach views could be more […]
What we in Australia call thongs, Kiwis refer to as jandals, while British and Americans say they are flip-flops. To South Africans they are slops.
This display has appeared on a local beach:
Jandal is believed to derive from Japanese
I live high on a hill on the beautiful Central Coast of New South Wales, Australia, overlooking Tuggerah Lakes and the Pacific Ocean.
As well as writing fiction, I produce technical documents, carry out proofreading and editing and the occasional manuscript appraisal, and design and develop websites. (For more information on these services, see Perisys).
My first novel, Madam, MBA, was published in June 2015.
A little bit more about me…
I was born in Nottingham, England and went to High Pavement Grammar School (motto: Virtus Sola […]