Byron Beachcomber Resort
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... in taste and quality. The wine list was modestly priced as well and we enjoyed a bottle of Rymill's sauv blanc as well as a glass each of a Vasse Felix red. We went the whole hog by having dessert. I had a bread and butter Creme Brulee while Fletcher had a Creme Caramel accompanied by a mini sparkling white each. All was fantastic. and the bill was $60 cheaper than last night. I thoroughly recommend Muoi's Feast as a value for money great restaurant!!
... we finally found our hostel not far from where we were originally (so much for my map reading skills!). We were to early to check in so we dumped our stuff in a locker and headed to the beach. We spent most of our time at the beach in Byron, taking to the seas on a kayak or a surfboard. I must admit it was a bit terrifying in the kayak at first when you are trying to overcome giant ...
The huge airbus with Chinese, Australian and some European visitors flew through a turbulent sky over Northern Australia and smoothly traversed inland NT and QLD as the sun rise in the east, Our pilot warned us that smoke haze from bush fires may affect our approach. In the end we glimpsed a Gold Coast skyline through the smoke and came in over Kingscliff to land in familiar territory. In the last few hours of the trip we spent ...
... at the same time! His humour was a little odd and he sang all original songs and again these were a little odd so at the first chance we ducked out and went back to the hostel. Here the guys very nicely shared some of their beers with us and we ended up staying up playing cards with them. After a while we joined by some Germans, however one named Dave was a bit drunk and kept throwing insults so we said goodnight and headed to ...
... where I see this lady intensley twisting here body and I HAVE to do it – which usually ends in either) a sore hip or b)a tumble to the floor. But I am not complaining, there’something wonderfully satisfying about falling to the ground, taking you back to your tumble tot years, it’s impossible not to giggle. Despite my frequent falling I can say that I am seeing significant progress. In the beginning I hated downward dog and this is the main ...