Ballina Manor Boutique Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... 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 ...
Trip to the turtles!!
We decided to take a trip up to Bundaberg and see baby turtles hatch. We packed our stuff and headed off. It was a 7-hour drive so we stopped at Noosa after 3-hours. We stayed at Noosa for three days. We stayed on the beach and went surfing almost every day. Right out side our hotel this guy built these amazing sand castles. Then we headed up to Bundaberg. I was so ...
... got back to the hostel looking like drowned rats literally drenched head to toe. Anna Joe & I went to woolies and did a communal shop and Joe cooked us a wicked dinner before we headed to 'The northern' for some live music and a coupld of ginger beers. Loving Byron vibes already, and so glad to be in a beautiful friendly place again.
The storms last night were insane! It rained all night & the sky was bright with lightening ...
... around the town by-pass. 12km round trip but well worth it and minimised the guilt of the very good Thai meal we treated ourselves to later. Spoke to Rachel, Rich and Matilda was a bonus. Thought of Ian when eating the olives stuffed with feta, they were delicious. Message from Liz re Martha's comments brought a tear to Di's eye, missing everyone xxxxx For the young at ...
We arrived in Byron Bay on the Friday so we could be there for the weekend and got there at around 2/3pmish. We had heard a lot of good things about Byron, mainly that it was a very chilled out, surf/hippy town and it was pretty much just that! As we drove into the centre of town, it was really busy with tourists and we tried to spot a camper-van site so we could pitch up. We saw one right on the beach but it was really expensive so we went to one that was a few minutes drive from the ...