Planula B&B Retreat
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Byron Bay
... very light headed (again a usual feeling for me after adrenaline wears off) so I got the biggest chicken burger I could find and downed a can of coke. It was weird walking away from the place and being like 'meh, I just did a sky dive' I was dying to ring home and see the parents reaction but I didn't feel they'd appreciate a phone call at 4 am so I waited. Impatiently but waited. After the dive we headed to the beach for Matty to get some surfing done. It was ...
... the drivers list even though we booked at the same time. Luckily we have a very nice driver who calls up and gets Jenn onto the coach and the connecting one to Noosa. He even gets permission to skip a few stops to get us to Brisbane on time. We make it to Brisbane with about 5 minutes to spare and get on the coach to Noosa without any problems. Phew! P.s. Sorry for the lack of picture of Byron bay but it was only sunny for one afternoon and we were sat around the ...
... 10 days because it was already rented for a little. We are going to a new house in Wategos’s. Wategos’s also has a beach that I want to learn to surf.
We went and watched the turtles hatch in Bundaberg and it was incredible. Over 50 percent of all loggerhead turtles are hatched on this 1-mile beach. They pry themselves up out of the sand and crawl off the sand dune to the beach. They know to go to the beach ...
... there but initially didn’t see any until we were walking back about to leave and someone told us they saw a whale behind us. Sure enough we saw a tail slipping under the water in the distance. The whales were quite far out so we couldn’t make out the detail very well, but there was quite a lot of them so every 30 seconds or so we’d catch a glimpse of one either blowing water in the air or splashing it’s tail down.
We picked ...
... but they have to pay for it).
We make it out to a busy bar for dinner, live acoustic blues music wails from the stage and the fish and chips are pretty good. After a few hours we stroll back for our last nights sleep as tomorrow we're up early to drive 5 hours on to Coffs Harbour and soon we'll be in Sydney to complete the round trip. The weeks roll on quickly, but we're not complaining!