Campbelltown Colonial Motor Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... in in Australia. The first night I stayed in a room with six beds and a shared bathroom, and the second night I stayed in a room with four beds and a private bathroom. Both rooms were big and clean with very comfortable beds and big lockers for each bed, and the lockers had electrical sockets inside them so you could leave your phone to charge there. And the hostel's roof terrace was also really nice with a great view of the ...
... bus to Byron Bay, I had that slightly nervous feeling in my stomach, as if it were October again, back to being the lone backpacker... I'd spent so long now either with Josh, family and the girls that I feared I'd forgotten how to behave in a normal social manner, having to walk into a room full of people and just strike up conversation with whoever looks friendly and approachable... Oh the joys of travelling alone... But I still do it... And still LOVE IT.
... breakfast (apparently I paid for Bed & Breakfast; champion) I took advantage of going up one of the Pylons (bit like a tower) that attach each end of the Harbour Bridge. It gave amazing views over the city and was made better that I got it free as a lady kindly gave me a free voucher the night before, saving me about £7. Who says you can't get something for nothing?! As Ellie, went job hunting, I continued to tourist it up by wondering the streets before joining one ...
... of harm's way. But one day, the monster came up behind them, and the chief quickly turned the girls into stone. However, in his haste, he dropped his magic stick onto the forest floor below. He then turned himself into a lyrebird (a bird that digs the forest floor) and has been there ever since, trying to find his stick so he can turn his daughters back into humans. This is the story our guide told us. If it differs from your version, you can blame Damien. Pictures of ...
... myself. Maybe a bit too much time! (Not that I'm complaining!) My Wednesday job more than makes up for it though. It really is the job from hell. I look after two boys aged two and three and they are WILD! They have tantrums, scream at me, throw things everywhere and are just generally impossible! The two year old won't do anything you ask and his favourite phrase to shout is 'no, I said!' If I try to change his nappy he just kicks me! It's just crazy. Their mum is ...