Avlon Gardens Motel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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The man from Brisbane arrived with our new transport mid-morning. Disaster! We are trading down to a VW from a Mercedes, but to all intents and purposes they are the same, just that the air-con works on the new one. To celebrate, the weather turned cooler. We decided to go for a walk in the area of Ballina and to aim for the local Tea Tree Plantation, which turned out to be about ...
... ha ha ha he is now starting to believe all the stories i told him. Of course we say no, not into that ****. Find a nice place to have a sanga and find the only appropriate post card possible for poppy, which even then the old hippie man in the rainbow tie dyed top is not a hit...Oh well at least she is not leaning about certain Green leaves... Cruise back to BAllina and do some research into where next..........
... one the bakery competition last week" she said, "thanks, I'm sure I will" I replied, "TOODLES" now this is the point that I confirmed my place in the least cool things to say to a drug dealer ever! After a visit to minion falls and a BBQ at a dam we headed back to Byron, I met up with my mate Bert at an underground carpark everyone skates in, he bought one off me and we ate one each. A little buzz while skating was fun but not too ...
... surf shops and nice cafés with a really laid back vibe to it. Emma and lee's friends in Sydney recommended for us to go Sea kayaking and I liked the idea of it so booked myself on a trip. We headed out into the ocean riding the waves in the kayak and made our way across some reef and into a bay. At the reef we got out and snorkeled... This was my first "facing my shark fear" moment. Only one other guy got out and normally I'd need more people in the water to ...
... as had missed reviews about things worth seeing between Newcastle and Byron... Hindsight. It was a lovely drive, with a stop in Macquerie for fish and chips, a pie near Coffs from the world famous Fredo's pies and then a lengthy drive in to Byron Bay. The guys had some issues, first with getting to Byron from Balina, having left their driving licences in our car with their luggage, and then us turning up 2 hours later than ...