Mariner Bay Apartments
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- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMariner Bay Apartments Byron Bay
we had a great stay here, impossible to discuss the price but it was really worth it.
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... let's ride them through the creek and then carry them a very short distance to the hostel, so that's what we did - Jordan, Cassi and I. And it was a brilliant plan indeed! And few spottings of sting rays on the ride back, we decided to go a little further up the creek to see what it was like. We ended up taking a seat on our boards, and enjoyed a beer together as the current drifted us back towards our spot. We made a delicious pasta for dinner ...
... myself. It had been 6 weeks of travelling thus far, and being on the constant move, with so many people was taking a toll. I opted to lounge and relax while everyone went and did various things around the city. I also knew we were coming back to Brisbane in about 5 days so I wasn't worried about wasting a day. In the evening we went for a welcome drink at the bar in our hostel (another no BYO), and Ryan and Isaac got roped into doing an eating competition. As we cheered them on to eat ...
... in the creek - saw masses of turtles but didnt see any platypus. Also got to see a swimming Lyre Bird ??? The weather was bizarre - we were worried about fires in the beginning and then turned our concerns to floods as we were sitting at the bottom of a very steep valley and if dirt tracks got too slippery it would be hard to get out! Luckily the sun dried up all the rain again and we were fine - saw a red bellied black snake at the camp and had a number of huge ...
... Harbour Bridge. That about sums up Sydney as we didn't do any other touristy things there. Our second day we spent travelling out to see Pete's mate Lisa who moved here after we left for Scotland. So we spent the afternoon and evening catching up over beers and pizza. We had such an amazing time in every place we stopped in, and made some pretty incredible memories. I really can't wait until our next holiday adventure, wherever that may be! ...
... the weather as it had only just got nice. Our first day was spent mostly on the beach. We rented some bikes from the hostel and rode into town to get some lunch. Another good thing about the hostel was that it ran a free shuttle bus in and out of town. That night we went out with the people from our room and walked home along the beach where people were having massive bonfires. The stars ...