Bamboo Cottage B&B
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... area, that was the most eastern point on the Australian mainland. Great views as you can imagine! After this we made our way up to the lighthouse. It was hard work getting up there in the heat, but it was well worth it :) Both a little tired and hot, we went back to our place for a pit stop, and both had a cold can of VB out of the fridge - best beer ever! And well needed. After a rest we headed out to a Friday night market that our host Jo told us ...
... and the days activity took us 8.5 hours. It took us 30 mins to climb down the 400m of chain and most of that was on my bum (lucky I wasn't wearing nylon shorts !). This was the point where I was most frightened because I went first carrying Petra with Krystal right behind me. Petra keep trying to slip out of her harness and kept repeating "this is fun!" (Not!) while Krystal was determined to clamour down faster than me so I had to keep pulling ...
... where we were able to take a tour and discover interesting lighthouse facts! Took in some fabulous views of the coastline.And of course went to the beach - great!Even ran into a couple of familiar faces here - Lucy's teacher, and an ex work colleague. Obviously the place to ...
... to pristine sandy beaches. We stopped at a few beaches to have a look before carrying on to and through Surfers Paradise. Everywhere was booked up in Surfers and to be honest we had no intention of stopping there anyway as it wasn't really our scene (full of high rise hotels and nightclubs). We did go past the famous Surfers Paradise sign, but didn’t even stop to take a photo.
After talking to lots of Aussies in Byron Bay our plan was ...
... Next day was back to the airport and back to Aus. We did go up the Shard but was very disappointed with the service so left and had lunch at Borough Market before we left for the airport in a taxi. Well worth the money instead of dragging suitcases off and on the underground.
Well that’s the tour . You will now have to wait a few weeks till I compose September back here in Aus. It wont be half a exciting but warm and restfull.
Love to you all
Sandra and ...