Waves Byron Bay
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... sometimes see road trains: lorries towing three or even four trailers. Australian law allows bigger and heavier vehicles than any other country on earth, with some vehicles and their cargo weighing nearly 200 tonnes. Back here Ben decided that he was due an immersion in water so took Lucy for swim. Lucy loves a swim but pays for it dearly afterwards. She isn't allowed in the house when wet so sits forlornly on porch, looking imploringly at people inside going about their ...
... how she'd just baked a fresh batch. We decided to get 6. Bad choice no. 2 I ate 2 of them Bad choice no. 3 We finally understood why Nimbin was so popular...shortly before all freaking out. Cut to 4 hours later we were convinced we were stuck there forever as no one could string a sentence together, let alone drive a car. Anyway we fiiiinally made it home and vowed never to return...and to make better decisions but we'll see how that ...
... 4.30am. I complained naturally. I don’t mind till midnite or even 2.30am but that was ridiculous. Was pleased when they all left on Monday morning really.
Well must away and get dinner. Hope you are all well and I hear shivering still in NZ. We have been having windy 23-28 most days. We move next week to Yeppoon where it has been hotter and has that awful humidity. Well we did volunteer for the month of helping out a friend
Sandra and ...
... with any rooms left if we weren’t willing to pay $1000 a night!
So very reluctantly we had to leave Byron Bay as we had no other choice. Before we left we made use of the internet to plan and book a few things for further down the line, whilst all the time searching in vain for anywhere with spaces as we didn’t want to leave.
But leave we did, so we set off along Coastal Highway 40, then 38 which had occasional sea views but plenty ...
... to stay with people you know so that you can split meals together. As silly as it sounds, you can have a proper meal for about $5 each when you are cooking together, or have a pathetic combination of bread and whatever is on sale (tuna, Nutella, discounted ham(?!)). Obviously the shared meal is the more coveted backpacker option. I was sad that they were leaving for Sydney while I fly out of Gold Coast, and after they left I still had another ...