Spectrum Holiday Apartments
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... food was delicious, particularly the coconut rice!! We packed up our leftovers and went to the pub where Chad normally plays in his band, Agent 77. It was nice to sit outside in the warm air enjoying half price vodka and shots thanks to Chad. It was good to meet their mates and see what they get up to on a school night. Soon the absinthe arrived. We were out for the night! Next, karaoke. I sang 'she's lost that loving feeling' my Top gun fave with Jessie a bar manager but it went down ...
... Bay of Palms at Elanora just on 5.30pm and a woman asked if we were checking in. I said yes so she got the key straight away - turns out I had spoken to her and she had sent me instructions on how to retrieve the keys. I asked if she was still open and she said they were just closing the bar – she had a white wine in hand which I told her I could have done with myself. She told us about the Sports Club in walking distance – we knew where it was – so ...
... and face, burning my eye! June seemed pretty amused whilst I was crying! (Told her I did it on purpose to make her laugh ). We then went to the beach, where I continued to be stupid getting sand all over my face and in my mouth, mmm crunchy...! Didn't really do a lot in the evening, had a quick walk around the market and a quiet evening before our final day. Day 14, last day. We wanted to do a couple of things with our final day, firstly we went ...
... heated” pool while Bill and I sit back and chill (AKA can’o’clock)
Time for dinner and not wanting to drive we throw together an interesting marinade from the pantry of vegemite, soy sauce and a squeeze of orange, coat chicken strips and grill, served in a wrap with some rice, no master-chef but not bad at all (could be the cans)
Big day tomorrow-Wet and Wild so off to bed now.
Our bus up to Byron Bay took 13 hours, but it was quite luxurious compete with free wifi, USB plugs and quite comfortable chairs! After our journey, we checked into our hostel called The Arts Factory. This had been recommended to us, so we were looking forward to it. We arrived at 7am, but couldn't check in until 2pm so we had plenty of time to look around the town, visit the beach and snoop around the hostel. It was really nice and ...