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bjkiwi
Posted: Wednesday, April 08, 2015 12:03:56 AM
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How about some more gravel access paths in the 5 day camping area please?
Some campers have access via raised gravel paths, while the other suckers have got to traverse the Ganges to get to bed.
It seems unfair that those who arrive early get put in the northern swamps while later arrivals, who paid the same price, get a better serviced site.
mpember
Posted: Wednesday, April 08, 2015 8:34:45 AM

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bjkiwi wrote:
How about some more gravel access paths in the 5 day camping area please?
Some campers have access via raised gravel paths, while the other suckers have got to traverse the Ganges to get to bed.
It seems unfair that those who arrive early get put in the northern swamps while later arrivals, who paid the same price, get a better serviced site.


We seemed to turn up late and get placed in the 'oh, we may need more room' section. It meant that they packed us in like sardines. The positive of this was that there was no way for people to move their cars once they were in. There was no 'just nicking in to Byron' trips being made before the festival started on each day. However, there was no water taps in sight. Even though the foot traffic was small, the 'road' held up well and didn't turn into a quagmire. The toilets were another story. How hard would it have been to simply put some gravel outside them? The few metres surrounding the toilets quickly became a mud moat.
Bradders
Posted: Thursday, April 09, 2015 12:28:30 PM
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mpember wrote:
bjkiwi wrote:
How about some more gravel access paths in the 5 day camping area please?
Some campers have access via raised gravel paths, while the other suckers have got to traverse the Ganges to get to bed.
It seems unfair that those who arrive early get put in the northern swamps while later arrivals, who paid the same price, get a better serviced site.


We seemed to turn up late and get placed in the 'oh, we may need more room' section. It meant that they packed us in like sardines. The positive of this was that there was no way for people to move their cars once they were in. There was no 'just nicking in to Byron' trips being made before the festival started on each day. However, there was no water taps in sight. Even though the foot traffic was small, the 'road' held up well and didn't turn into a quagmire. The toilets were another story. How hard would it have been to simply put some gravel outside them? The few metres surrounding the toilets quickly became a mud moat.


we were in the first row down the far end and we got packed in like sardines too..3 groups and we were not given any communal space and were expected to live in our tents, luckily we could move the cars to the outer road..
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