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- Hot tub
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... about ten minutes of arriving, we already didn't want to leave. For dinner we threw an amazing barbecue of steaks, chicken and veggies all on the grill, and stuffed ourselves until we were overly content. Later we made our way to our "surf lesson" which was the prequel to the sunrise surf we signed up for the following day. At $25, how could you pass that up?
After a blissfully quiet and uninterrupted sleep, we awoke at 5:40am to make ...
... but there wasn't time to stop, it is precisely the diametric opposite of what I was hoping this trip would be. Tonight will be the fifth consecutive night in a different bed and that won't change for the next 2 nights but something needs to change. We clear up at the supermarket and head off into the still driving rain. We need to have lunch but there's nowhere to prepare our 'feast' of a sandwich. We pull in to the campsite and find that the booking has been made for tonight ...
Today we visited the Koala Hospital and did their 3:00pm tour which was very informative, the volunteers do an amazing job of caring for the sick and injured koalas and returning them to the wild where possible. The Hello Koala project includes 50 decorated koala sculptures placed throughout ...
... was named Citizen of the Year and in 1999 he was proclaimed Mayor of Shelley Beach! He sadly died in January 2000, and the statue was erected, along with a 'caravan' picnic table. The back wall of the caravan has been carved with curtains, padded seating, keys hanging on the wall, bottles and books, to resemble his way of life. There is also a spiral footpath and a brass plaque depicting Harry's story. It was just wonderful, and made me miss my Dad so very ...
... went to sleep wondering what the week had in store for us.
The next place we were volunteering was at an English woman called Sadie’s house for 3 days and nights helping her doing some gardening and painting. She lived in a little town called Lennox Head so after saying our farewells to Chloe we caught the public bus from Ballina to find Sadie waiting to pick us up from the stop. She seemed like a lovely woman and we found out that she had two sons who were with ...