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Clean, beautiful views, neat, has its own shopping centre.
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... in perfect location, near to the 'surfers strip', near the beach, opposite a subway, next to the bus station, and round the corner from loads of shops (which are sadly way out of our budget, but Jonny couldn't help but look in the Adidas store which was in fact so good!!) So we only got here at around 2, but we've spent the afternoon pampering ourselves. We used the steam room, then went in to the jacuzzi and completely chilled out. Then we decided to play some ...
... of the jungle valley (hey, it has palm trees!).
It was now 1130am -- we were way behind schedule, but the morning had gone so well, we figured we should make our way back down the mountain and to Natural Bridge. We made our way gingerly, being passed by the odd local in trucks who were obviously much more familiar with the roads. Perhaps the curse had lifted.
We were less than 3km from Natural Bridge when ...
... spend the morning sat on the loungers and playing in the infinity pool overlooking the canal and basking in the sun! It was heaven. Unfortunately before we knew it, it was time for me to leave again and head back to Brisbane where I would catch up with a girl I met in Benidorm a few years ago then head to the airport to catch my flight to Vanuatu!
Although it was only for a day, you definitely need these little catch ups and reminders from home every now and ...
... more waiting around at the airport and an hour's drive to what will be our home for the next two weeks.
It's going to be a longggggg day and I'm already beginning to wonder whether or not this was a good idea. As much as I love my family, the thought of seven weeks without many (if any) opportunities for escape makes me a little anxious, perhaps ...
... had a few hours drive north to newcastle, more of an industrial city. The only reason we came here was to do a wine tasting day but unfortunately we couldn't book onto one. Initially booked two nights but they only took payment for one, so after a walk around the city, a bit of food for dinner, and watching the Aussies go mad about 'state of origin' rugby league match between Queensland and New South Wales, we decided to get up early and head for byron bay, giving ...