Rays Resort Apartments
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... risk getting the jack out of the driver side that close to the traffic. A lovely NRMA guy arrive ( we are still in NSW) and with his skill and equipment - managed to access the spare and change the wheel - and get us our way. Lesson learned - when a tyre gets to certain age, regardless of its condition - change it. The final ...
... where we stayed for a couple of hours as we waited for the tide to come up. One of the boats traveling with us is berthed at Tin Can Bay so they know this stretch of waterway very well. Once the tide was high enough to allow safe passage through this very shallow water we continued to Garry's Anchorage where, after checking the weather forecast, we decided to leave the other boats and continue on to Mooloolaba. If we hadn't left then we would have had to ...
... to campaigning for the legalisation of hemp. We stayed long enough for a coffee and a wander around shops and stalls selling healing crystals, friendship bracelets and jewellery for body piercings I'd never heard of. Another long drive later and we arrived at the Gold Coast. It was pitch black and tipping it down with rain. We were lost, there were no overnight free parking spots available and Adam looked like he was about to explode. So I ...
... Once we had had our fill, off we went to Byron Bay which was only about another 15 mins down the highway.
Byron Bay ... why would you go there ?
Neither of us had been to Byron Bay for years … years and years. On Tripadvisor it is a popular destination for many people but have "surveyed the scene" today … it’s not for me. Given the popularity of this place and obviously the tourist $$ that pour into the local ...
... A fault with the gearbox. And suddenly, we felt very vulnerable. We could feel a clunk when the gears changed, and the prospect of driving for another 500 kilometers seemed frightening, particularly because we were towing the boat. Every time we saw a hill we held our breath. We just didn't know how bad it was, considering the old Explorer has had quite a few issues over its lifetime. We decided to stop at Childers and reassess. We found a mechanic who was happy to have a look, and ...