Ballina Manor Boutique Hotel
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We woke up early enough to get some breakfast in before catching the Loka bus up to our next stop - Byron Bay. Hannah was being sent up to Brisbane for some guide work, so she got the bus with us too. There were a few others on the bus and the driver was fun. We stopped off in a little place called Yamba where there was a big rock pool to jump in. Me and Chloe didn't have our bikinis on but a couple of the other girls went in...one of them wore her go pro on ...
Decided to stay another night at this park, however as the site we were on was booked, we needed to move across the road which wasn't too much on an issue, not for me anyway. Weather glorious today, low 20's again, humidity a little lower than yesterday, low 40's. We went for a walk out on 'the bar' just near the park, a few fishing out there, one lone surfer and heaps of Dolphins. One pod alone would have been about ...
Our en-route planning usually results in last minute changes and true to form that has happened again. We decided to spend a couple of nights in Ballina, where the Kimberley factory is located, to get a few problems with the van attended to that were bugging us. The main problem was the water pump being so noisy we don't dare use it at night if there are other campers around. It turned out that a filter had been installed back to front. We were able to do a tour of the factory whilst ...
En route to Byron Bay we pulled into Ballina for a quick lunch (Maccas I'm ashamed to say) and spotted the big prawn. I intended to take a photo of every 'big' thing we saw but that plan was crushed when we sailed past the big banana as we drove through Coffs ...
We arrived in the famous Byron Bay, having decided to couch surf for two nights and hostel it for another two. We once again were kindly picked up by our new host, Jessie who lives on a farm 15 minutes out of the town centre on a palm tree farm. His place was amazing, an open space which he'd built himself. We spent the evening cooking dinner and getting to know Jesse who was super friendly and interesting. On our first day we explored Byron's town and walked ...