- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... I'm very proud of myself I didn't bought that much ;-) Diana: At 1pm Diana was back and we went for lunch. Later to the beach where it was a bit cloudy and very very windy but nice! We have been laying as we heard some music so we looked around and saw some people from the Hare-Krishna-sect singing and dancing along the beach :) And than the rain came very quick :/ We have been totally wet Back to the camping, some dinner and early to bed tomorrow we have to get up early ...
... Australia as a prison, since it was basically heaven for the inmates. She basically told me those were the luckiest inmates in the world. In the end, she just wished me safe travels around. I think that sent the right tone for Byron Bay, the hippiest town in NSW. On the first day, I went to the beach and had a nice walk with Louise (Denmark) Odette (Netherlands) and Paola (Belgium) from the hostel to the ...
... your van is close enough to connect. It's intermittent, inconvenient and expensive. We'd finished the alcohol supplies of Cairns, at three weeks they'd lasted longer than expected. A walk to the shops to top them up didn't improve Byron much. It seems hippies disappeared with their decade and were replaced by down and outs with dreadlocks, commercialising on the free love for a handout. Bad Santa sits outside Woolworth's singing, 'the rain falls on my head, at ...
... get airbags fitted to the back of the car. When the van is hitched the car is very low at the back and these also make it easier to travel.
Then it was on the road again. No use sitting around as Huw and Annette are currently in USA and Alaska touring. Stopped the nite at Benrakin with 7 other vands.
Then next day we drove to Caloundra, then Kilcoy where we bought amazingly big cheap punnets of strawberries and had a feast. At nite I spent one ...
... Due to the coastlines abundance of vegetation and beauty blessed climate, the convicts from Britain and Ireland; POMS (prisoners of motherland) would with aboriginal people set upon deforesting and flatten the entire coastline, spreading much of Eastern Australia seen today. It's so flat, upon looking along the coastline from 100km stop of mountainous springbrook national park the eye can capture 150km horizontal ...