BEST WESTERN Ballina Island Motor Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... in our blankets and sat outside our room as it didn't work in our room. After a while people kept telling us that it wasn't that cold, and that there was a fire going downstairs with sofas around. So we went downstairs and sat with the girls and guy who we had met the night before. Chloe went up to bed at around 10.30pm and I went to bed around 11.30pm after I'd uploaded my photos to ...
Decided to stay over at Ballina for a couple of nights and visit Byron Bay before heading to the Gold Coast. It was great to have a break from driving every day and the motel was good value for what it was. The day after I arrived I went to Byron Bay and visited the Light House as that was where I spread dads ashes about 20 years ago. The Light House has changed considerably and I don't think I would have been able to spread his ashes there these ...
... home" to Surfers Paradise now, it means we're 1h closer to Sweden again. Coz of we didn't have any camera with us to the light house I take some from google so you can see the place :) I was a bit evil yesterday at 1st of April... I tricked my family that I'm tired of traveling so I'm coming home next week. All of them believed me haha. Sorry... ...
... to go back to Sydney to see our dear friends whom offered to house us for three nights. It was great to spend time with them, also to see how they settle in their new life after immigrating 8 months ago.
We had a fantastic time in Australia did many things saw an incredible continent, which I would like to discover further in the future. Made new connections and strengthened old ones to be sure that they are strong enough to last until we return Down ...
... an hour's change backwards in the time) as we are in Queensland. We meet our exchange family Dan, Fiona and Alex who is a few weeks younger than Nia. We settled into the catamaran - Jaguar then went out for dinner as we are staying in the harbour tonight as conditions are a bit windy. Dan will get up at the crack of dawn to get us on our ...