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- Outdoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Room service
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... to head to a place called cheeky monkeys. It was pretty cool, the tables were metal and covered in grip pads, because they were made for dancing on! After a while we went back to Woody's with Margaux and Matilda because they had a raffle on to win a surf board. The boys that we came from the hostel with had disappeared, which was a bit annoying as we didn't know our way home! When we were in Woody's, we suddenly noticed people we recognised - it was two of ...
... the 20km cycle path alongside the ocean and through town. Great waterfront cafes and restaurants that we will further explore tomorrow. With a storm threatening we head for home after watching 2 groups of dolphins feeding in the river. We take a detour past the sea entrance for another look for whales but none to be seen. Back to camp for a sundowner followed by a great self cooked rib eye steak. The storm passed by with nothing much ...
... tie different knots. One of his favorite parts was "night watch" where he had to take notes and be on look out in the middle of the night. Kirby has some good friends and is doing well in the classroom. Primary school focuses almost as much on sports as it does on classroom work. The idea being they want to nurture a well-rounded person. Needless to say, this approach to education fits Kirby really well and he is thriving! Carson has ...
... we spent our last evening drinking and chilling with the group. This morning we woke up for a final breakfast together as a group (which we enjoyed despite the fact Beckie's towel had got stolen in the night!) We'd had such a nice couple of days together it was a shame to be splitting up! We are now on a bus on our way to Coffs Harbour, our final stop before Sydney. Byron Bay was such a nice place, definitely a place we would've hung out longer if we could've ...
... stations. I turned to Luce and said I gotta go otherwise I will have to fake a capsize and you don't want that. Luckily the brash old auzzie bird who was checking us in said the was a loo just one over there. The guys who ran the course where a good laugh, big *******s and they were all stacked. Luce was not so keen when she realised that the big dog Munch had to be in the back of the kayak for power and steering and this ...