Comfort Inn All Seasons
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... right underneath it. So a couple of happy snaps and we moved on.
Ballina is a major centre because it is where the Richmond Rivers mouth is. Kyogle, where we were a couple of days ago, is the head of the Richmond River, so we have been following it down. Red Cedar, sugarcane, and pretty much everything that the Richmond Valley has /does produce has come down the ...
... very tasty curry pasties and beet salad. It was relaxing and peaceful to watch local families having fun together on a beautiful sunny Sunday.
After lunch we took off for Ballina – a cute little coastal town that was about 20 kilometers away. We picked up some prawns and red snapper for dinner at the fish market, and then headed for the beach. First we went to the point at Ballina where the Ramada Inn has a lovely restaurant ...
... month or so in Indonesia. The local guys I worked with were all amazing people, Fi (from New Zealand) and Tom (Byron but born in England) were two guys I hung out with the most with outside of work. 4 Swedish chicks past through an hung about for a month or so, these girls were all awesome, a really good laugh and just heaps of fun. I'll be visiting them and visa versa after my travels too. Towards the end Bethe joined our team, she was originally a G adventures client ...
... Thankfully one of the guys we were with had a torch with him cause the path was not lit and the walk back would have been in the pitch black... That would scare me enough in England but Christ, in Australia where everything on land and in sea can kill you, it's scary! I had no plans on the last morning so planned to just chill out. Kelly had a trip to Nimbin booked so I thought I would head to the beach. Nimbin is the marijuana town of Australia, where you can ...
... incident with a female". Her real name is not important so let's just call her "Suzie". She was on her way north to the Gold Coast to have warranty repairs done to her Mercedes motorhome. I was on my way south to anywhere and everywhere as I was now as free as a bird. Suzie and I hit it off from our fist outing. The day was spent exploring the village and its charm. A visit to one of Alstonvilles historic old houses. A tractor ride at Summerland farm which proved ...