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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... dolphins from, but not then.
We headed along a path towards where I though the koala hospital was, and it was in the right direction, but where I thought it should have been was bout 2.4kms off. So we had a brisk walk to the koala hospital to catch the tour at 3pm. Luckily we made it in plenty of time!
Had the tour around the koala hospital, apparently they get chlamydia a lot, and hit by cars. There was one koala up a tree that had to ...
... plans for being anywhere for a few weeks. It won't be the holidays which means it frees up campsites and the weather will surely be better. We had grand ambitions for this year but I will be more than happy just to have four healthy people and it not raining. These next few weeks will be crucial it's not going to take much to finish it now or at least cut it to 6 months. Today's food was a small bowl of Kellogg's Nutri Grain a salad sandwich and 2 chicken sausages. At least I'm losing ...
... wander from the A1 (Pacific Highway) to Brunswick Heads … a delightful little town on the coast - more of a traditional coastal town with a marina (complete with pelicans) and old fashioned tarred wooden bridge over a river leading to a long white sand pristine beach - just SOOO beautiful.
I cannot fathom why people would choose to go to Byron Bay over Brunswick Heads.
... digs. There is plenty to look at, though the train through the banana trees is no longer in use.
We continued into the dark tonight, hoping to find a free camp in one of the parking bays, as stated in our camps book. But no, not one of them allowed camping, “No Camping” emblazoned upon entry to each bay!! Not sure if it is due to all of the road works going on, but it made it ...
... As I’m sure you all know I’m most certainly not renowned for my strength and there were several moments where I thought my shoulders were going to fold in on themselves like an empty crisp packet under the flame of a lighter. Finally we reached our hotel and set our bags down in the room. The manager looked like someone recognisable but I couldn’t put my finger on it. It’s incredibly frustrating when that happens, when you’re subconscious throws you ...