Planula B&B Retreat
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... from the bathroom. We can't make the kinds of roaring noises that the singer was making in the vocals booth. Four years to the day after we got engaged and it was fitting to find ourselves once again at the beach (not the same beach, you understand). We drove into New South Wales to Byron Bay and, when we had found a parking space, walked down onto the sand. Kori took her chance to get some detailed photos of a group of guls and terns resting on the ...
... dolphin swimming together. It was amazing. We came back to the hostel in late afternoon, after a nice 10 km walk. There, I had a quick meal and signed up for the BBQ organized by the hostel. I met 2 Swedish couples and a German there, and we all went to party later at Woody's, a bar in Byron Bay. Later we ended up at Cheeky Monkey, another club in the area. It was a wonderful night. I woke up next morning quite ...
... ass as the female lead strutted some Stones - more watchable than Mick, but who isn't. With the rain belting down on the tin roof and the majority dancing, tapping and drinking we thought we'd discovered the real Byron and stayed most of the night. Julia wanted to stay for the art market that's held every Saturday while Emma and I wanted to check Nimbin out, two hours inland. Without a compromise it was a case of our van our veto and it marked a low point in ...
... thought of going without cereals, toast, crackers, milk, eggs, meat and fish. Yes they only eat fruit and veges and nuts, legumes etc.
I began weeding the small vege garden out the back of the house so Marilyn could find her herbs. She is nearly blind and they bought the place hoping to start a vegan retreat but that hasn’t eventuated due to a lot of things. M was helping David with things around the property that takes two people.
It was time at last for me to leave for the airport after a busy day. I arrived at Coolangatta Airport at 4pm and checked in my luggage. I had to kill 2.5 hours before my flight so I went to find a good magazine to buy for the read on the plane. I grabbed a latte and before I knew it I was on-board.
The flight took about 3 hours and they fed us a casserole of vegetable and steak pie. I landed at Christchurch airport. I caught ...