Comfort Inn Bayswater
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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We packed up the Unit at Nobby Beach and headed back down to Tweed Heads to stay one night and pick up the van.
The first thing we were greeted with was the plover family and we were quite excited to see how much the chick had grown. We were also pleased to see our feijoa trees all shooting up. What a difference ...
... mostly fine and sunny. 20 degrees is quite warm really - although the locals are all complaining about the cold.
The last few days have been packed with social activities. We enjoyed catching up with Robyn and Neil from Sale, Vic who flew up for a long weekend to visit Neil's mum who is 104 years old (and not too good at the moment). Sue and Ron Merritt from Canberra also arrived up here for a few weeks so the six of us enjoyed Sunday lunch ...
... replied "of course you can, we can't have you going back to Ilford with a dud photo!" And so we had another pic. I was the last pic before he went to lunch. What a kind man, he's made my trip to Australia!
Interestingly, the cast and crew have their lunch in an open tent on the grass, and from a distance I could see Marilyn. Filming earlier with Alf was John Palmer, and I also saw (and took pics) of 2 younger actors who I didn't recognise. Truly memorable! Thank you!
It was an early start as we continued our journey up the east coast, our taxi arrived at 5:50 to take us to the bus stop (no walking or shopping trollies this time). Our next destination was Byron Bay. The early start did have some benefits, the landscape at dawn was beautiful. Kangaroos grazing in fields and pelicans sat on lakes made the time flyby. After a 5 hour journey (we initially thought it was 3 hours) we arrived in Byron, a ...
... to Surfers got onto the wrong bus. The driver had to chase behind the right bus and we all hopped over.
I got off right by the harbour, there were people jet skiing and boating in the canals, and every house has their own boat launch. Wouldn't it be nice to live here. Surfers Paradise was basically like a plaza full of restaurants and retail shops like Roxy and Quicksilver, very commercialized and tourisy. I had a beer at a bar by the beach where we need to sign in ...