Paradise Inn Motel
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... plus stage coaches and other things.
They still had some of the same fun stuff as the last show with horses vs dirt bike rides, kids chasing calves and people having a lawnmower race on thick sand as part of the competition between the two stations.
The show ended with horses coming out with their riders in long overcoats and the Aussie flag, which was similar to the cavalry stuff we had seen last time. Then they ...
... was nice. We checked out at 10, caught the 10.45 shuttle in to town, then waited at the bus stop for the bus to arrive, which eventually came at around half 11. The journey here was only around 2 hours along, but seeing as we crossed the border from New South Wales, in to Queensland, we are now an hour behind, so we gained an hour (extra hour using these cool luxury facilities!) Overall, our 5 nights in Byron were superb. We met some great people, had such a ...
... roar of the water. The clouds were so thick for a while, there was no chance of seeing them! Then there was a break in these annoying clouds, and suddenly the full height of the water fall was revealed. It was only for a short while, but it was a good sight. The water is a bit brown, in sharp contrast to the clouds, because so much rain has swollen all the rivers round here in a comparatively ...
Tuesday 2nd - Wednesday 3rd December 2014
The last few days in Brisbane weren't as eventful as the last, however they were just as important as it allowed us to catch up with the more tedious side of traveling like laundry and planning the rest of our route down to Sydney. Once this was done we spent the rest of the time walking round the city centre or hopping on and off the free loop bus admiring the views of ...
... in the opposite direction to us. We’d have one crossover night that would allow the two of them to catch up with each other and we’d agreed to stay in the same hostel in the centre of town as opposed to burdening Robbie and Helen with our drunken presence. Mat was accompanied by two friends that he’d made while working in the Nomads hostel in Sydney; a big Scottish guy called Barry and a lad from Halifax called Sean. As we arrived at the Sleeping Inn hostel, just off ...