Riverside Holiday Apartments
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... dinner and go for a walk. We went to a Mexican place, and then we got ice cream and sat down by the beach. It started raining again while we walked home, and we spent the rest of the evening just chatting and relaxing at the hostel. On Friday I was supposed to go on a day trip to Nimbin, but I changed my mind when I found out that Nimbin was famous for drugs, and that the main attraction of the trip was to get high. It was raining for most of the ...
... waves was near impossible. After a couple of hours the boat returned to harbour and we were freezing. We found a nearby beach and had our sausage sandwiches with a good brew. All that was left was for Dave to drive a considerable distance to our next campsite in Ballina. As usual the weather was ruining the drive slightly - we haven't been blown away by Australia yet. Ballina was a really quiet Australian town and that evening we went to see The Inbetweeners in the ...
Yesterday Jillian and I returned from Byron Bay. It wasn't a long trip, we left Sunday morning and got back yesterday evening, but we were able to explore the small coastal town quite a bit while we were there.A lot of train lines were shut ...
... busy as it is a long weekend, Byron is like a larger version of Margaret river, it was a bit busy to stay there for lunch so we had a coffee then headed back to Ballina RSL club for a seafood platter lunch, the RSL's over here are like a mini casino, very fancy. We had Chinese take away for dinner so a casual day all round. When ...
... and get back on the highway. Wethen checked the Camps 7 Book and found No 48 3 Creeks Family Campground which is situated 7 km from Kungala. Cost was $6 per person per night. The campground has shelter, flushing toilets and close to the train track. In a hugh paddock but well maintained. There was only three vehicles there for the night had a fire that night to keep ourselves warm. It is warmer on the coast than it is inland. Next day travelled on to No 31 Woody ...