Seascapes is a golfing resort in northern New South Wales, Australia.
The resort has over 1,000 houses in total, and is the fourth largest golf resort in Australia, behind Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane.
A few months ago, a couple of my friends visited, and it became apparent that they would need to rent a villas in order to complete their holiday.
I’ve been looking at how I could create my own villas, and I thought, what better place to start than a golf villag.
I looked at the golf course, the golf villhouses, and the surrounding property, and was pretty much in the market for a golf course.
When we went to the property, we were pleasantly surprised.
They were incredibly spacious, with lots of different seating and facilities.
It’s a golf resort, not a hotel, so there was no need for a room for the day, just the clubhouse, the clubhouse for the afternoon, and then a restaurant.
We went in for the first time on a Sunday morning, and immediately realised how much space there was.
At first, it looked like there were a few rooms on the property that we could fit in.
However, the first couple of rooms we went in were quite cramped.
Our hostel room was very small, with two bunk beds, two mattresses, and a shower.
The dining room had a sofa, two chairs, and one armchair.
As we got used to each other and the size of the space, we quickly realised we could comfortably fit four people into the living room.
After a bit of research, we settled on the golf village.
It’s not quite a golf complex, but there is plenty of room.
We decided to keep the clubhouse as a lounge, but we thought it would be great to have the clubhouse and dining room in the same room.
It turned out that was a good decision.
During the week, I’d drive to the golf complex and visit the villas.
It was a lot easier to drive in and check out the golf courses than it was to walk to the beach.
I’d often get on the beach, walk down the road to the villa, and take a photo.
On a typical weekend, I would drive from the golf resort to the city, then walk up to the resort and play golf.
By the time we were home on Saturday, I was very excited to go back to my hotel for dinner.
Unfortunately, by the time I got back home from dinner, the next morning, the hotel staff were already in the villagas, playing golf.
I had to drive back to the hotel the next day to change the locks on the villages, and also to change my alarm clock.
To be fair, the villago owners didn’t have any security cameras, but the villager staff did, and after I explained the situation, they explained that they had installed a security camera system in order for guests to report anything that wasn’t really what they wanted to see.
The owners of the villau were very helpful, and did an excellent job of explaining what they were doing to help me, and keeping me safe.
My hotel staff and hostel staff were incredibly helpful, too.
What did I learn?
I learned to keep an eye on my phone, to be aware of my surroundings, and to always check the alarm clock when it was not set for bedtime.
I also learnt that if I were to go into a room that was too small for me, I could just push the alarm down so that it was set for another hour.
I found that when I was in a large room with two people, I did well to just let them sleep in the first bed, and when I needed to sleep in a smaller room, I pushed the alarm up to three.