Planula B&B Retreat
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... 4.30am. I complained naturally. I don’t mind till midnite or even 2.30am but that was ridiculous. Was pleased when they all left on Monday morning really.
Well must away and get dinner. Hope you are all well and I hear shivering still in NZ. We have been having windy 23-28 most days. We move next week to Yeppoon where it has been hotter and has that awful humidity. Well we did volunteer for the month of helping out a friend
Sandra and ...
... of Vicki’s book launch about the animals living in an area of the beach called “The Fleet”.Then unfortunately our time was up with Vicky and Kevin
Thurs 28th we took the train to Woking to stay with Kath and John. Well did we talk as we hadn’t seen these two for 35yrs although we have been in frequent contact. It all felt quite natural as though it was yesterday The next nite M and I went to a production just arrived from the West End ...
... list and then swiftly ticking them off. Whilst in Byron I went on a snorkelling trip out to an area called Julian Rocks, which is one of the best places in the area to see amazing sea creatures, and above all sea turtles. After a rocky boat trip over to the snorkelling area, I was feeling incredibly seasick. Seasickness is not something that normally affects me, but this was one choppy ocean and I could not wait to jump off that boat and get into the water. Concentrating hard ...
... good here as well, you can see the Milky Way really clearly. We went on a day trip to Nimbin on our second day. It was a glorious day, we stopped off at a market selling all sorts of food, paintings and other bits. Nimbin is a tiny but colourful town. There is a relaxed vibe about it probably because everyone is always stoned! There are people singing and playing guitar in cafés, we even saw a ...
Our second stop in Oz was the lovely chilled out beach town of Byron Bay. Not fully appreciating how ridiculously massive Australia is, we thought it would be a good idea to drive here. 9 hours of driving later (including a 1.5hr detour because to start with the satnav took us in completely the wrong direction!) we got to our destination, tired and weary from driving the worst car I've ever had to handle ...