Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Pedalling the Pacific Highway. Raymond Terrace to Bulahdelah

So far we are most impressed with the cycling conditions on the Pacific Highway - wide cycleway with a good surface and mostly flat. There were even several rest areas along the way with toilets and picnic tables - providing a welcome break from the saddle.

We set off at 7.30am and even with stops every 10kms, we were in Bulahdelah by 1.00pm.

The highway quickly took us back into the countryside, the roadside flanked with native bush hiding farmland behind.

Bulahdelah has just over 1000 inhabitants. It's a small village with at least 6 cafes! It has recently been bypassed by the new highway and, sad to say, is slowly dying.

There is little accommodation available here so tonight we have a cabin in a very basic motel.
Did 68kms today.

Pedalling the Pacific Highway
Mountain View Motel Bulahdelah

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