Paradise One Retreat.
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... safe (although he was a bit edgy prior to jumping from the makeshift ladder). Matt was next and nearly split himself in two with a perfect bellyflop into the water. Milly had good sense and refused to jump. Mum, who swam across the river with Eva on her back, climbed the ladder tentatively. Squashing her nerves she grabbed the wooden handle and swung from the ladder, but through fear, bad luck or a slippery handle she fell ...
... fun park should be erected to celebrate the humble macadamia nut. We took a turn around the gift shop before walking back out into the dazzling light laden with macadamia based foodstuffs. I think it's possible that we've eaten more macadamias in the last two days than we did in our entire lives up until Saturday. I know they're extortionately priced in the UK in particular but, if you've not had one in a while, give one a go. Their crumbly ...
... got talking to a couple from Blythe, the lad was actually born in Leeds and had moved when he was younger to the north east. I'd actually seen him the day before with a Leeds United shirt on talking with a Geordie accent and remember thinking at the time it was a weird combination. After talking for a while we actually realised we had a mutual acquaintance. This big old world of ours is feeling smaller and smaller! We went out for a few drinks after the BBQ which was nice and ...
... up with sleep on the road in NZ, hopefully!! and get back into our travel routine. This time is gold dust. We get to spend too little time with our Aussie F&F. Weirdly, we are beginning to get quite homesick and miss you lot back in Blighty. Hope the 'Yes' folk in Scotland are not too downhearted. We listened to the whole depressing counting thing on our BBC iPlayer App driving from Armidale to Coonabarabran. Well one of us was disappointed - being a divided ...
Woke up for our last day in Byron and had an early breakfast ready to get our stuff together and check out. We decided to leave our bags at the hostel so that we could go out and do our final lot of exploring. We wondered into town for a sushi lunch. The proper kind with the conveyer belt and coloured dishes. It was really good and I'm glad I managed to convince Mel to try something new - even if it meant a few little white lies on route. I did tell her the truth at the end. ...