Rae's on Watego's
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- Swimming pool
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- Free parking
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When we visit a new town, normally we go for a drive in the afternoon just to orientate ourselves and get the feel of the town. The Cape Byron lighthouse is the most obvious tourist attraction in Byron, and also, the fitness centre of town. We went for a drive up to the lighthouse simply for a look and it seems we were the unusual ...
... 8220;Rock of Ages” Managed to get front row standby tickets for half the price. It was the best show we have seen for years. M was up dancing and that’s amazing. Funnily enough we had scoured the shows in London and there was nothing we wanted to see.
Saturday M and I went to London on the train, and to The Tower to see the poppies . What a fantastic idea and a sight to behold. I was really moved by all the people who had bought a poppy. Volunteers put them in ...
... my eyes peeled for some sea turtles, I hadn't noticed the huge manta ray lurking behind me. I turned around and it took my breath away. I gasped and actually jumped a little as it was massive, amazing and beautiful. It really was absolutely incredible. Here I was taking a dip with a manta ray! Our guide also pointed out a species of shark, which was just awesome. It was lucky the guide did point this out, as it was camouflaged so well against the rocks on the ocean floor, that we ...
... woman hulla hooping to the music. That night we went into town and came across a free fire show on the grass near the beach which was pretty impressive. Our last day in Byron was spent mainly on the beach enjoying the great weather. The beach goes on for miles so I decided to take a walk all the way to the end of one side. When I got there I climbed some steps to this viewing point and saw ...
... Sedan - Stuart) in a country where it seems noone speeds at all, so you spend all your time looking at the speedometer rather than the road (!!!), and it's difficult to even try and overtake anyone because everyone is basically at the speed limit.
Given the Australians aren't especially speedy on the roads (due to hefty fines rather than a safety conscious culture I think) it's interesting that ...