Comfort Inn All Seasons
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... on the activities board that there was a 'bush tucker walk' on at 4pm so we decided we'd do that. A man walked us around the site of the hostel with his bird on his shoulder, showing us plants and how they could be used for different things like bedding when living in the bush and what flowers and berries and plants were edible. We got to eat quite a few random bits, which actually tasted really good! At the beginning of the walk, he got a peace of ...
Saturday 11th and we rise early for a quick brekkie and to pack up before hitting the road. Once again we are not sure where we are headed but that is half the fun for us these days. There are so many beautiful places that we know we will find a suitable place soon enough. We head out of Evans Head under sunny skies and join the north bound Pacific Highway passing Broadwater and Wardell. 36km later we come across the turn off to Ballina where ...
My last blog left off with us headed up the coast to Bundaberg to see the baby sea turtles hatch and head to sea. That was really an amazing experience. We got picked up at our hotel at about 7pm and headed to the ranger station. They grouped us and since we ended up in group one, we headed straight out onto the beach. It was dark so we had to be careful and stay behind our guide since all sorts of baby turtles are scrambling down ...
... a bar where we enjoyed a drink in the afternoon sun. Hitch hiking back to Jesses was just as easy and we spent the evening cooking and watching a film on his cinema-like TV. The following day we checked into the Arts Factory Lodge, a popular hippy style hostel. We then spent the day surfing and chilling at the beach. In the evening we bumped into the Canadian girls who picked us up the previous day and we spent that night with them and a few others, having ...
... as we wanted to fly out before summer holidays started here. I am so glad we didn't take the advice of the family we met at the caravan park in Burleigh Heads, and avoid Byron because of schoolies week. If we had,we would have missed out on one of our favourite destinations in Australia. Sure Byron might have been a little busier then usual, but schoolies week didn't bother us at all. If we make it back to Australia one day, Byron will definitely be back on our must see ...