Ballina Manor Boutique Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... been told we need to have a look. Strange how some places can just grab your imagination and even before we have checked into a caravan park, Charl and I have decided we need to stay for a while. We find a caravan park at the mouth of the Richmond River where we are made very welcome. Although the park is fairly full we are able to secure a good site and then things get better. I noticed that the park has a gymnasium much to Charl's ...
... the time on a Saturday morning or just the location, the beach was virtually empty and felt like we had the place to ourselves. The sun was shining and it was a beautiful way to start the day with us all getting a feel for the water early doors. From here we agreed to meet again in Byron Bay, which would be our next destination. We headed off separately, having to fill the van up for the first time after our long journey from Sydney. The van itself is a diesel which is cheaper than ...
... you back out looking like a drowned rat! After a few attempts I admitted defeat and realised I'm not (and never have been) a sea kind of girl so I watch as Paulie attempted his rides as he drifted further down the beach! He managed a great ride and the wave he caught bought him all the way back to the shore and on that glory note...he gave up too!
Pooped from the effort, we used the remainder of ...
... view of the ocean waves crashing onto the rocks below. The marine colours were spectacular and the water was painted from a palate of all sorts of blues, greens, yellows and whites. A Brahminy Kite was soaring along the shoreline, our first glimpse of the incredible wildlife that this part of the coast offers. Before long, Sam had spotted a pod of eight dolphins swimming lazily through the swells. The boys quite often encounter them whilst surfing. We were transfixed by ...
... waves was near impossible. After a couple of hours the boat returned to harbour and we were freezing. We found a nearby beach and had our sausage sandwiches with a good brew. All that was left was for Dave to drive a considerable distance to our next campsite in Ballina. As usual the weather was ruining the drive slightly - we haven't been blown away by Australia yet. Ballina was a really quiet Australian town and that evening we went to see The Inbetweeners in the ...