Bamboo Cottage B&B
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... and dancing to the awesome upbeat tunes amongst the world known artists. I arrived back to my hostel at around 11:30pm. It wasn’t too late and had a good night’s sleep.
It was Monday. I was feeling tired from the festival. I ate scrambled eggs on toast as well as a coffee for breakfast at the same cafe which I had on Saturday. I spent the rest of the day at the beach and then got a bus transfer back home to Surfer’s Paradise. I reflected on the ...
... from China, so really mixed. I am the second oldest and have become camp mum, I get a lot of questions about what time, where, when, how, and they all laugh at me when I ask 'old person' questions, like 'What's a GoPro?'. The Hunter Valley was beautiful, with 150+ growers, the season has just finished, so the vines were dormant, so not much to see. The main grapes in the region are Shiraz and Semillion, and ...
... was confused because I didnt think you used your hands whilst surfing but they just laughed and told me I would find out.
The next day after breakfast we arrived nice and early to begin our session with Tim and a few other guys. First we had to do all the health and safety stuff which was kinda boring but they made it funny. then we learnt all about waves like how they are formed what to look out for on a good wave and what waves and partsof the beach to avoid. It ...
... good Beef Casserole in the crockpot yesterday consisting of rump, mushrooms, carrots, baby chap potatoes and a gravy made up of different herbs and spices, forgot to take photo but will try and remember when we have the leftovers. We had it with fresh green baby beans.....the bush turkeys, kukkaburras, magpies, lizards and the odd wallaby were queued up at the door waiting for the soup kitchen to open! Well bye for now.. Sundowner Time!
Continued on to the lighthouse, was quite a good view form up there, couldn't’ really see too much of Byron though. Stayed there for a bit, then started the walk down the hill.
Had to walk along the road for a bit, then onto a sand/dust/dirt/gravel path. We weren’t looking forward to it as it was uphill for some reason!
Went along the path for a while, it went up and down all the time! We did get a fw good views and spotted a wallaby! He was ...