Islander Resort Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... liberating and we cook all our own meals with camping gear. Its definitely better than having to hunt for hostels or guesthouses every day. Australia has public showers and water taps everywhere so it's not hard to live like a hobo!
Some of the bigger highlights along the way have been the Jenolan Caves in the blue mountains, a Koala hospital in Port Macquarie, Surfing at most beaches along the coast east coast (so ...
... was not there. Panic and stress mode went up another notch. We decide the only place it could be is the restaurant. We hike up to Starbucks where I had an extra wifi code (so I could post the blog) and call the restaurant, which was closed. We decide to call RBC and put a hold on all of Heather's cards so that no one could use them. We then headed off to the police station to file a report in case anyone found it and turned it in. After all of that it was well ...
... down to the nice folk at Atlas and get the holes put in.
A few other discussions today revolved around the inlet water pipe being near the muffler. Chris asked what we would like to do either: 1. Wrap a shield around the pipe or 2. Inlet pipe on passenger side. We opted for version 1. As per usual Chris is thinking ahead.
Also discussed was the dining room table and our ...
... the Somalian pirates that take a captain hostage. Our flight does not land until 11.30pm and there is not a bus to the hostel in 12.45 so I find 2 other people who are wanting to get into Auckland and we agree to all get a taxi together which is the same price as waiting for the bus. As soon as we get to the hostel we go straight to ...
... to do our own shopping for rooms. Without an Andrew we took our chances with the location maps, photos and prices of motels around Byron Bay and ended up with a room in Ballina, 31 minutes south. It turned out to be a clean and convenient motel, but we did not stay long enough to get to know the town, known for prawn fishing. Exhausted from our road trip and happy for a bed, we just snacked on apples and cheese for dinner in the room, both of us thinking ...