Mariner Bay Apartments
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we had a great stay here, impossible to discuss the price but it was really worth it.
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... with Brigida and Nino , Stephania and Johnie. Steph is a school friend of Sara’s.
We drove abit down the road to another free camp at Stotts Island. Don’t go there unless you are stone deaf or have ear plugs. Two bloody roosters called each other all nite from 1.30am every 10-15 mins or so for about 3 mins.Always seemed to be outside our van.
We then went onto Byron Bay and the Belongil Camp ground where we have been before. Close ...
... the Bridal exhibition down through the ages which was really lovely .Avril and I had High Tea at the Ritz in the afternoon. Worth every penny once in your lifetime or for a special occasion. Then we went up The Eye just on dusk. The views were stunning as the light faded.
Wed unfortunately Avril and Nigel flew back to NZ.
M and I did abit of reminiscing and took a bus back to where we lived inWimbledon and shopping in Kingston 38 yrs ago.
M and I shopped ...
... boys has a swim even though it was not very warm, but it has to be done when we live so far from a beach normally. Moff threw a surf rod in the waves . Everyone happy.
We left the beach - unwillingly- at 4:30 to head inland. We drove through an enchanted forest road which entailed a very rickety wooden bridges and a low underpass that we only just made it through with ...
... the promise of the coast, the kids are shrill with excitement that probably then wasn't helped when we stop in the town of Casino, thirsty as the heat is up again at 30 degrees and we agree to frozen cokes all round! In the Casino McDonalds car park, there is a mango tree (unusual but photo worthy) which birds think is awesome and spit the pips all over the footpath. The drive through ...
Up early today, 9am. Standard morning procedure. Little overcast today. We had a big walk planned for today, we set off on the path past the Main beach and up towards the Cape Byron lighthouse. We had a good 3km ahead of us. After about 15 minutes we made it to Captain Cook lookout, we filled up the water bottle and then we followed the trail past Clarkes beach, we saw a lizard on the path!! It was huge. We followed the track ...