Comfort Inn All Seasons
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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 ...
woke up feeling rather hungover today and its a weird hangover drinking goon not the like.the hangovers at home. This.actually hurts. Your tummy basically has a ball of.drink just going round and round in your tummy and curdling nice!!
But hangover or no hangover today is all about the waves as we are trying our legs out at surfing which we are both really excited for!!
Our lesson was booked for 12:30 so we just chilled at ...
... That just topped everything off, in the morning we were out of there. We tried to catch it, but I was too scared to get to near it in case it flew at me. So we slept with the sheet over and wrapped around our bodies, like a mummy – I did not want to wake up with anything crawling over me!
In the morning we were out of there, we were meant to stay for 4 nights there, but we lied and ...
... 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 ...
... dreary start to our first full day in Byron, so we decided instead of heading to the beach (which was 100m walk away from our campsite) we would do the more touristy things. We did go for a brief walk before heading towards the lighthouse. Lighthouses are generally, I feel quite majestic, but this one was even more quaint and pretty than any i had seen before, and even in the grey and cold it managed to look impressive and ...