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- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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When we found out my parents were staying in a cabin at south ballina beach caravan park for Father's Day over the weekend, we decided it would be a good quick test for the van during an overnight stay. So we waited until Cath finished work at 430 Saturday afternoon, hooked on the van, loaded up and left. As luck would have it, night fell, I got …
... tea and coffee and sweets of course. Compared to New Zealand bakeries, the Aussies don't have one sweet roll or dessert of any note. Smoky Cape Lighthouse and Captain Hook's Lookout were the incredible find at the end of our drive. There is a bed and breakfast at this beautiful lighthouse and lookout. Awesome destination set in Hat Heads National Park. Per the Wagonmasters, there is a camping ...
I started school on a Monday and had a blast my first day. First I talked to the councilor, she was really nice. We pulled a kid named Angelo out of class and he showed me where all the classes were and how everything worked. The rest of the day I stayed with Angelo. I am in math one which is the highest. Everyone loved the way I talked and thought it was really cool that I skied. I met a couple more cool kids and got some instagrams. ...
... Capability Brown would have been proud of, lush farmland and contented looking livestock with the odd farmstead on the hills - all have broad verandahs with views to die for. Makes me very homesick. It even rained the whole time we were there to go with it so that was fitting. Bellingen sits on the meandering Bellinger River, known for it’s old world charm and buildings and slightly hippy alternative lifestyle. It’s lovely. A few too many rather worrying men wearing ...
... they recently excavated from the sand.
The guys went fishing of the Island and bought back some big ling and gave them away to some locals we met in the pub at Lewick (main town). So Avril and I shopped. Or should I say Avril shopped. I bought 3 balls of 2pl extra fine wool to knit a shawl. So far with 902 stitches it takes me about 1 hr to do a row.
We took a local ferry to the Islands of Unst and Yell. Visited Nuness Castle that’s supposed to be ...