Victoria's at Ewingsdale
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... guidance we were sent into the surf one kayak at a time for safety and we soon saw why as the majority capsized and was rolled by the waves we were up next. Off we went paddling furiously till a wave caught us, we was going great till the kayak started to turn. Amazingly we managed to ride the top of the first wave which was great and even the guide was impressed, the second wave promptly taught us a lesson though, and in we went and was battered by the ...
... along some of the most scenic road youd ever drive. Its up on the way to the green mountains I believe, so steep as anything too. On the way Jim told us all his stories from twenty years of running the tour and the reasons why the laws more relaxed towards weed in Nimbim. I won't bore you with it but the long and short of it is money and tourism. We stayed there for an little longer then an hour which was long enough to buy some cookies in an art gallery have ...
Lisabell dropped me to the bus station and I travelled to Byron Bay where is was reunited with Hattie and Sarah! - Hattie and Sarah are here form4 days so it's been amazing to catch up after so long apart! Lots of beach time and sunsets. - I got a job in Sweet Byron- a juice bar 30 seconds from the beach in my second ...
Absolutely disgustingly early start this morning. 4 15 Vic comes in the door from work and we are straight up and ready to leave for Byron bay. The drive was a small 10 hours, but we did stop off to see a giant banana at Cofts. There is no denying it, it was probably the strangest landmark I've ever seen. Nevertheless we finally made it to James house. Just before ...
... herbs for the city markets. Bev and I used to teach together and, in fact, she is the first 'work friend' I ever made. We started teaching in the same faculty on the same day - there's always a special bond between newbies!
I was able to take the camper off the tray at their place and leave it while I whizzed around the town and with Bev to Cape Byron and then to lunch at to Lennox Head. From the lighthouse we were really lucky to see some whales off the coast but they were a ...