Comfort Inn Centrepoint
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... where they picked a name out of a hat and Lisa won a sea kayaking trip. We were planning on leaving Byron tomorrow morning for Sydney but we will probably leave later in the day after sea kayaking and maybe just get a few hours done before stopping and camping somewhere on the way. Thats the beauty of a campervan. If we drive through somewhere we like we can pull over then and there and sleep on the side of the road and that makes life pretty interesting. We will see what happens :) ...
... 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 ...
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 Port Macquarie, and was disappointed when we were unable to hold or cuddle one. It was something I was desperate to do and so my opportunity finally arose when I visited Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary on the Gold Coast. I paid a lot of money to get there by bus, a massive entry fee into the sanctuary and then of course more money to hold the koala and to get a photograph, but it was all worth it. When was I ever going to hold a koala again? It was another of example of ...
... emotional Jackie we slumped onto the bus stop benches and began laughing at the weekend’s events, still baffled as to how we’d ended up in that situation.
And so there you have it, our journey suddenly took a turn for the unexpected and I hope you’ve enjoyed reading about it and it hasn’t failed your expectations. From the time of writing we can officially say we are going to be coming back to England next week but disappointment at the ...