Crowne Plaza Hotel Gold Tower Surfers Paradise
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... extra night there. Firstly in the morning we went to a wetlands area, meant to be great for walking around and seeing all sorts of wildlife. To be honest it was nice to walk around but we hardly saw any wildlife so that was boring and got lost, which was frustrating! So all in all, we wouldn't recommend newcastle! At lunchtime we started he 8 hour drive to byron bay, it seemed to take forever! All going smoothly until about 6 hours in, we couldn't find any where to ...
... same friends again and also some that I'd met in Sydney and at surf camp! We walked to the most easterly point of Australian mainland and up to the lighthouse that was there too! I have so many photos of the sea now I'm not going to remember which is which! Then me and a friend, Amy, walked round the shops trying to find green accessories for st Patricks day, failed miserably and ended up going out that evening without any green on at all! Although ...
... s flags. Thursday Kassie took us to Tamborine Mountain and we went for a walk in the rainforest, it was rather wet underfoot and Malc slipped and went down on his bottom but thankfully was ok, we did have a heavy tropical rain shower during the walk. We saw quite a number of bats and a male water dragon lizard, when we were back at the car I felt something biting my toe and was horrified to find it was a leech then on further inspection found another one so ...
We chose to move as it didn’t seem right to stay for the girls. Surely the Parks close to the
action might have some kids about. There is one called Treasure Island. Now that just shouts kid fun. (Unless it has a midget that plays practical jokes that exposes ones inner fears? If you don’t get that reference, ask your parent)
... a friendly looking English guy from the Backpackers Inn, and the rest is history. But this time I was certain I was going to see Nimbin for myself. We set off out of Byron inland, this wasn't in the script for Sarah but she indulged my little pilgrimage in good humour. On the map our "slight diversion" from the coast road to Nimbin and back to Tweed Heads and Coolangatta was tiny. If you put a 50p coin over the area on the page you would have blotted out our ...
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