- High-speed internet in room
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- Non-smoking hotel
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We're melting. Us poor Calgarians who have been in cool New Zealand for the past year just aren’t built to survive in this weather. And the scary thing is: it’s not even that hot! It’s been in the high 20s for the past week (thankfully not the mid-30s they’ve been having farther north, or the mid-40s inland) but the humidity makes it feel far, far hotter than the same temperature in ...
... Sam was no where to be found, but we were positive she must just be at another look out, watching it come up. Despite a few clouds in the sky, it was a gorgeous view - watching the sunrise at the most eastern point of Australia. We lingered around for a good while, snapped tons of photos and soaking up the fact that this was the 2nd sunrise in a few days that I had been apart of (who would have guessed? Because I certainly would not have...)
When we returned to the hostel, ...
... the two Sweedish sisters, a guy from Sri Lanka who stays in our room, the two French sisters, Tauve (Sweedish girl from our room) and two Dutch girls from Cecila's room, all chilled out together outside Cecilia and Alicia's room (Sweedish). Their room is so nice! It's an all girls dorm, but it's more of an apartment seeing as it has its own toilet, kitchen, and decking area on the front. So we all sat on the front of ...
We got to Byron Bay Saturday in the afternoon and found some of our friends on the street as they are now in a camper van to Sydney. Even before we checked in we promised them our showers! Luckily, when we checked in we had a four person bedroom in a six person apartment with our own kitchen and lounge! Luxury!
That evening we went out after dinner to see Amy and Jamie, we went to a market where Sophie and Amy got feathers ...
Not happy Jan... Our journey has come to a halt, as our car spat the dummy and left us high and dry, with the van on the back, on the Princes Highway about 30 kms out of Ballina. I guess the only good thing, was the fact that before it lost power altogether, we made it to a safe stopping area. A tow truck had to take us, the car and the van to a caravan park in Ballina where thankfully we were able to book in. The tow truck ...