Le Lavandou Holiday Apartments
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- Swimming pool
- Heated pool
- Free parking
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... in London apart from the huge open air man made beach! We spent a slow afternoon shopping for walking shoes in preparation for New Zealand and Latin America before getting coffee and cake at the Coffee club not far from the Queen street mall. Whilst Jill and Anthony packed and Charlie sat there debating whether the shoes he had just bought were the right ones I learnt about koalas and chlamydia on TV as you do! For our last meal as a four we went to Vapiano on Albert St and had one ...
... be falling into place perfectly. We have been in the van now for about 5 days, the first three of which we were also accommodating my 15 and 13 year old niece and nephew. It was cramped, however everything is working well and the van is now just getting manageable with everything having a home and being easy to find. I have learnt that the van's water capacity of 120 odd litres is not enough. Tomorrow will be spent looking ...
... the end of a phone call waiting to give us half a million bucks if we could convince other owners to accept his two dogs. No pressure. Not a positive result. Mid afternoon Saturday, Pebbles has gone to Boot Camp at Condong and immediately made her presence known to the neighbours' dogs after getting off her leash. We are expecting our friend Jean to arrive and she will take us to the airport in the morning. The journey ...
... we got the shuttle bus to the bus station, then my bus came at half 2 and I was on my way it was soo weird as we drove into a different time zone and the clocks went forward an hour so I lost an hour of my day somewhere! We got to byron bay at 5.30, I then walked to hostel and got checked in, it was getting late already so I decided I'd explore byron tomorrow, I had dinner, got showered and read my book, the couple in my room seem really nice which is ...
... us out into the bright Aussie sunshine at the end. By this time it was 1pm and the sun had warmed the concrete pavement between the slides to a sizzling temperature that seared your soles and within 5 seconds of a wet foot hitting the surface the water had steamed away. Mark, in his flip flops, wondered why people were jogging between the slides but I quickly demonstrated exactly why and, with a few ouches and gasps of pain, I hopped and skipped between patches ...