Koala Tree Motel
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Time to say good-bye to friends and family, love, love love Brisbane. Very nice city with loads to see and do all around. Great to spend quality time with family and we have been truly spoiled.
Picked up hire car and started our journey south along the Pacific Highway which runs from Brisbane to Sydney. First stop Byron Bay, for a bit of lunch and to watch all the surfing dudes!!! The weather was lovely, with a bit of wind ...
... and just chatted for a few hours in the gorgeous sunshine. As we walked back up the hill from the beach we saw a Koala jump into the hedge near the road, we quickly crossed the road and he strolled up the pavement . . it was so cute! Then he climbed a tree and jumped to another branch, we stood and watched him eat for a while and then headed off.
... the distance signs to Brisbane has been building it up massively for me! I take particular note of James's tip to go and say hi to people at rest areas - he's been given freshly caught fish and shown local attractions he'd otherwise have missed. I hope I can get in on this act on my travels! I get to bed at 10.30, slightly wobbly after sampling a couple more of Australia's beer selection! Total distance ridden: 82 miles Total ascent: 1215 metres Total riding time: 6 hours 20 ...
... was starting to set over the river so we decided to get a takeaway tea and sit by the river to watch the sun set. It was a real treat and a passer by summed it up when he said it doesn't get much better than this its the best restraunt in Port Macquarie. Louis and I had a kebab each and Emma had a gozzlema, when we had finished we saw a dolphin swimming around only 20 feet away so we watched it for a while then headed back to the ...
So today was amazing and now we actually feel like backpackers. The 7 hour bus journey here was easy and the time flew in as we slept for a good few hours! Our hostel is like a house and at the moment we are the only people who speak English as our first language. We went to the local Irish bar for a scooner which is basically an Australian version of a pint(see pictures) after that we went wild kangaroo spotting and seen lots of kangaroos!! CHECK :) That night we went ...