Chevron Palms Holiday Apartments
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... 10pm as we’d crossed the boarder, the time zone changed. Australia is a weird place. So we’d gained an hour. We had to walk from the Greyhound stop to the hostel, but luckily it wasn’t that far.
Went to check in, but the guy didn’t have a key or a booking for us, he had to go and check. Turns out I’d booked the hostel for the next night, typical, as we would have liked to stay ...
... dogs or children.
We had a lazy day, although in the afternoon we did manage a walk through the national park which took us round the headland. We took the lower route going taking us to Tallebudgera Creek through the rain forest. Quite a dangerous route as there was signs ...
... to England is going to creep up on me faster than I think and packed up a one of my bags and sent it back to the UK via sendmybag.com which is a handy company, other than when you arrange for the collection on the Monday, feeling like you are under house arrest until the collection DHL man comes, but never arrives. It gives you some kind of cabin fever when you can’t leave the house all day, very different to having a lazy day indoors and can’t be ...
... kids on another $6 adventure and all baby sitting done by the caravan park staff. 1 1/2 hours of sitting reading the paper while drinking coffee and eating 1/2 price Aldi Roses Chocolates. After the monsters returned we walked over to Harbour Town, a massive Factory Outlet complex with all sorts of goodies. I needed shoes... Well I wanted shoes and we had a $25 voucher from signing up with the NRMA caravan resort ...
... we were able to make. With me being tired after long days of work and Rachel, Karen, and Brent still being a bit jet legged I am glad they still wanted to take it easy. Nimbin to Byron Bay was the first time I drove in Australia or a matter of fact a first time I drove since September when I first left home :S. Talk about a freaky drive right?!? It was such a narrow ...