Planula B&B Retreat
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... area, and some activities throughout the day. It actually kind of feels like your at a resort! "The Byron Bay Brewery" is located just a 30 second walk from our hostel, so that is where we headed for and early dinner - a Kangaroo burger and a beer for $9.50 made that decision quite easy. We ended up going back there for some Musical Bingo and a few drinks - with a couple of fellow Canadians and 2 Germans who are travelling together. We met them ...
... bag as far as possible, and the bag was dressed like a leprocan (See photo for clarification). Our team of 4 did pretty well, however we were outmatched by a 7ft Alaskan giant who looked like the thing was as heavy as a pillow, and chucked it the length of the measuring area. We didn't really stand a chance. St. Patty's day doesn't seem like too big of a deal over here compared to Toronto. Only a couple bars were celebrating, and people dressed up were few and far between. Big change ...
... beautiful as it was. I had an ugly image of a port and big ships which isn't my favourite of views but when we arrived we were instead met with a vista over a park, beach and sea all rolled into one.
This was a BBQ location to die for, so within minutes we had the fire going and the meat cooking while joggers would pass by and make comments like 'you've got the best seat in the house there mate' ...
Today was our visit to Byron Bay! We woke (both aching a little from the kayaking yesterday) and had breakfast, packed and made our way on to the road once again. I offered to drive to give Dev a break, and to let her get her planning head on. I was amazed at how rusty I was! We got there in one piece, but I think Dev wants to continue doing most of the driving! lol We arrived in Byron Bay at about midday, checked in (our host is really nice, lady called Jo) ...
... with my drink, only to realise I had left my bag and camera sitting in the carts ice bucket ....eeeeeek! Thankfully the boy washing the cart noticed before it al got drowned! We also explored Brisbane a little - Tony lives pretty close to the city so we were able to walk into the city which was great. We wandered in over the bridge, and by the river...taking time to watch people trying to master the art of driving segways! Brisbane also has a man made beach in the ...