Abbiente House & Cottages - Byron Bay Hinterland
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... Paradise then we heading up to Noosa :)
Some pictures from the beach in S. Paradise as I promised.
Now drink some cheap beer (first time we found cheap beer!!) and watch "Jelly Wrestling(...?)" at the hostel.
Btw now I'm one hour before again so I guess 9 h before ...
... It's only an hour and a half or so until we can check in. After our fun night in Coogee, we were up at 10 to check out at 11, and then we caught the bus and train back to Central Station. It was unfortunately raining so we did have to walk around in the rain for a bit - Jonny was sensible enough to wear his hoodie but I was only wearing short sleeves - not good! For that night, Wednesday, I managed to find a pretty cheap rate for a private room so luckily the ...
... the marathon stretch of Elizabeth Street straight down to the harbour and treated ourself to pancakes at 'The Rocks' - a super brill part of the city with loads of hidden alleyways and narrow street. Mcg decided it was essential to overload on coffee that morning, so with the rest of us feeling a little mellow, she was climbing the walls (note to mam: Mcg is caffeine sensitive). We voted on what to do next - mam is nothing if not ...
... a seat for breakfast in the communal eating area back at the hostel, I sat down with two lovely Norwegian girls, Ida and Therese, and ended up going to the beach with them a few hours later. YAY. Beach fwends. They probably just took pity on me. Nonetheless, big thank you to them for letting me crash their travels. The main beach here was pretty good, at low tide there's plenty of space for everyone to relax or kick a ball about and I even went in ...
... DVD hire from reception) - yeah!! There is a god.
Stuff Grafton’s history.
We stayed there for 2 nights and basically had a complete DVD slob out fest - 8 films in 32 hours. The Firm, Mrs Doubtfire, The Fugitive, War of the Worlds, The Notebook and many more old classics just back to back. Sadly a bit too much Tom Cruise and no delicious Daniel Craig movies but hey a girl can’t have everything. I think we were all a bit high on not being in ...