- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
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This is a good place to be! It's Monday afternoon here in Byron Bay Australia, the first day of Discipleship Training School (DTS). The base is gorgeous and the people are great. I left on Friday at 7:30 am (Byron time) and got here on Saturday afternoon. If you ever want to know what time it is for me,
it's Minnesota Time - eight hours = the time in Byron the following day.
So now it's 11:25 pm on Sunday in Minnesota, minus eight hours equals 3:25, so it's 3:35pm ...
On our way to Byron Bay we drove through Sawtell, a very pretty village not far from Repton. We stopped off at the lookout which highlighted what a contrast today's weather is from yesterday!
Would love to have dropped into the Coffs Harbour Butterfly House and Sealy Lookout but we didn’t have the time to spare. Something to do next time we are in the area.
We did walk ...
... English can't get away from them! The tour guide called Mick had a real thick Australian accent and was really funny and knowledgeable about the Nimbin and the surrounding areas. We stopped off at a little country pub first where we were allowed to get some drinks and bring them on board if we so wished. the tour included a BBQ for lunch so we thought it would be a good idea to try a local drink and have a BBQ. We opted to go for cider this time as the weather was again very ...
... Club (their curried prawns were delicious). Graeme did not find anything he liked land wise but we had a nice couple of days looking at the surrounding country side. We can thoroughly recommend the Fish and Chips from the Marina (we had them twice), best we can remember having for a long time. We stayed in Brunswick until 3 June 2015 and then it was off to Kirra. We are awaiting Funeral Details and will leave van at Kirra and drive to Tamworth for the ...
... the creek! Wednesday was another beach day, this time we brought our beer, cold cut sandwiches for lunch, and some stand up paddle boards - man these things were hard to carry, but even harder to stand on in the ocean! I improvised and decided to get on my knees and ride the board, which ended up working quite well! As it was time to head back to the hostel, Jordan came up with a brilliant plan - instead of lugging the boards all the way back to ...