Comfort Inn Centrepoint
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... hand. An eel that our guide fed and who slithered all around him. We went into a cave with flashlights and saw big crawfish (like our lobsters), more sharks including a few wobbegongs and a ray. Paul made a Grouper fish friend who followed us throughout the dive and enjoyed being pet. While we were diving, Thomas and Carson “took one for the team” and dealt with our broken down van.
The boys enjoyed the dive so much they did it ...
... cattle. The beautiful towns like Stratford on Avon, York and Bath. Great scenery form the Ring of Kerry in Ireland, the beautiful haunting welsh countryside and the Yorkshire dales. Places we would love to return to another day.
Paris. Just the word conjures so many wonderful memories and experiences. The first sight of the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame and Champs Elysees were spectacular. Not to mention the boulangeries, patisseries, boulangerie and charcuteries and big ...
... from my water bottle and enjoyed the view....$25 for a sandwich was a little steep! I headed back to the hostel after an hour or so as it was time for my bus to Byron Bay. Only an hour down the road. My shortest Greyhound bus journey so far. I arrived around 5pm and checked in and was shown to my 4 bed dorm room. I was grunted hello to by 2 girls (I later found out they were Canadian) and was a little taken aback. I was used to a friendly welcome. However I quickly learned one ...
Green glorious green everywhere. Such beautiful hinterland around Myullumbimby and Nimbin. We camped a couple of nights at the Night Cap National Park which was pretty busy due to school holidays. We spotted a huge carpet snake which made Stu stop the car in the middle of the road. From here we explored the town of Nimbin and were offered numerous slices of Marijuana cake from some colourful locals. We ended up buying only macadamia nuts.
... in the mid 20s, and we're out in shorts and singlets. And when we stopped at the beaches we were in for a paddle. I could totally see why Tony wants to stay in Aussie! Honestly, if our plans for NZ didn't work out, I would keep Aussie there as a back up plan! At the very least, a good destination for a winter break. We arrived back at Tonys....and he showed off his culinary skills with a pretty good effort at mince and potatoes. ...