Mardi Gras Holiday Apartments
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... for varying marine animals, including penguins, polar bears and obviously, dolphins. But right at the centre of the park there are a handful of rides too, which, I have to admit, I wasn't expecting. To make things even better, the rides aren't awful. There were a bunch of children's things going on too, but there were three main rides that caught our attention and two of them were actually very good, the third was... well it was a cheap log flume, but it ...
... t recognize the parking spot number ... so we bundled back into the car, and slipped into the underground (always available, always expensive).
And Black Coffee Lyrics was closed too. At least this info, on further study, was actually on their website, in the form of a picture of a chalkboard (with opening hours).
We did find a Coffee Club open nearby (an Australian chain) -- third time lucky! -- not quite ...
... and knowledge of the dominion of living things.
I later moved on to watch the Seal show at 2:45. They had Leo (the seal) up on the deck flapping around giving sneaky kisses to the lady actor it was quite funny. They had intricate little water slides coming out of the fake boathouse that was created to resemble a dock. Students would enjoy this as it is quite an uplifting experience that can be enjoyed by all ages.
... 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 ...
... and cake at D Café were just as good as the view!
One think that we very quickly noticed in NSW was that the roads are terrible, in Queensland we didn’t really think about it, but on our journey home we actually pulled over as we thought we had a flat tyre, turns out the roads were just plan awful!
After one more night enduring the bogan family from hell, we were out of their and onto our next stop, the hippie capital of the world – Byron ...