Comfort Inn Bayswater
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- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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A cloudy, sunny day and we were going to explore the 'Beautiful Tweed Valley'. This area was an enormous volcano, which gradually was worn down by rainfall and the rivers over millions of years. This has left a great caldera, with the 1200 metre 'Mount Warning', (named by Captain Cook to warn sailors of the dangerous currents offshore), remaining …
Rob drove me to the airport, slowed down and tipped me out so I could catch my Qantas Flight to Sydney. I can still see him doing the Toyota 'Oh What a feeling' jump as he drove out of the airport! I secretly think he will miss me though!
Flight down to Sydney was pretty normal and after catching up with staff at ...
... don't really need. But more than that, we bought too much food on our last food shop. Some things are running out, like tea. At the beginning of today we only had four remaining tea bags, which is quite the dilemma for two tea-loving Brits with three days remaining until they catch their next plane. In order to avoid using up the ration of tea bags we decided to go out, get some fresh air, and grab a coffee (chai latte for me of course) ...
This morning we went to Byron Bay City which is more a town than a city We really like it there a so many little shops and coffees all in a bit hippie style and different from other cities We walked to the beach and then to the tourist information center where we got some nice ideas what to do here Diana booked a surfing course for the next two days :) After that we ...
... and all in all enjoyed reliving my childhood. It had been a fun couple of hours.
Back in the car, Lotte passed out from all the excitement and we headed south to Byron Bay. A few phone calls around some of their caravan parks suggested it was all quite busy, and we figured we'd stop short, in Tweed Heads. This is just over the border between Queensland and New South Wales, so we moved our clocks forward an hour (NSW says yes! to daylight savings) ...