Outrigger Bay Apartments
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Day 126 Ben was up before six this morning to follow Sheffield United's League Cup semi final match against Spurs. Although the BBC 5 Live radio commentary was a pleasant nostalgia trip, he says that listening to football on the radio is not all it's cracked up to be. After he returned to bed, we woke up at the same time as the band that Sam is producing for came in. Today Sam and the band were focusing on the vocals, which were a strange sound to hear ...
... the easternmost spot in Australian mainland, all on cape Byron. So far, Byron Bay had the nicest beach I've seen in Australia. The main one was an endless stretch of sand with crystal clear waters and nice waves. On the nice walk to the lighthouse, we also swam on small gorgeous beaches surrounded by reefs. There, we saw a lot of huge blue jellyfish! Next to the easternmost point in Australian mainland, we saw ...
... m not dead'. With a miserable looking dog and a red nose suitable for this time of year. Friday had Byron Bay on the up. We sought out The Rails and discovered an small art gallery on the way that pBrisbane'snes Modern Art Goliath to shame. The restored and reimagined railway station still has the rails, the platform and drinks are sold through the ticket office window. It wasn't long before a band started and the place packed out. A well retired surfer dude ...
... one row of the 902 stitches using the wool I bought back from The Shetlands to knit myself a shawl.
We arrived at Kidman Creek on Thursday at Marilyn and David Booths home. Such a lovely spot, about 30kms as the crow flies inland from the sea , no electricity only solar and they are vegans. We ate mostly our food in our caravan for a variety of reasons really. They hadn’t long moved in and their vege garden wasn’t up to much as yet ...
... the airport so that I can catch my flight to Calcutta. There is an airport lounge that I can get access to for about $25.00 so I take advantage of that so I can rest and charge my iPad. Food is free, as are the drinks including beer. The plane is slightly delayed but makes up a bit of time during the flight. Arrive in Calcutta about 15 after midnight. A cab to the hotel, a shower and a ...