Baystay Bed & Breakfast
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... Travel, and then later on in the afternoon, we met Jani and Chloe for some drinks. The first few places were happy hour so they were cheap, and then we headed to another bar for some more drinks which was 'Ladies night' so they had offers on. Us girls ended up drinking bubbly - so hard living on a budget haha!! We had a good night, and we (by 'we' I mean 'i' haha) did end up getting quite drunk. The next day, aka yesterday, was our last day in Sydney. We checked out of ...
... out something else that could kill us. 'OH YA LIKE THIS DO YA SHEILA?' *thrusts handfuls of leaves into Amberley's face* 'INSTANT BLINDNESS IN UNDER TEN SECONDS.' What?!? Some poor sod actually tried to sit down half way up the mountain, and Smokey nearly had an aneurysm. 'See that gap in the rock sunshine? FUNNEL SPIDERS. YOU HEARD ME, UP AND AT EM SUNSHINE. T MINUS 7 SECONDS.' Four hours in, and our nerves were absolutely shot to ...
... grab a cider and enjoy the views and company of fellow travellers. We attempted walking up to the Byron Bay lighthouse at the most easterly point of Australia, but kind of got a bit confused and hot, so headed to an observation deck just a little further on from where we had stopped, looking out over the endless blue Pacific Ocean and all the surfers. I have never surfed and quite frankly have no interest in ever trying, but I do find it fascinating to ...
... a huge python in the chook pen - can you imagine? Not unusual apparently and didn’t phase them at all. Makes a change from foxes I suppose.
The weather remaining poor, we moved inland just West of Coffs again, to Bellingen - part of “Gods Own Country” as per the Aussies. The whole area is called New England and it’s obvious why. Basically it’s like a massive beautiful English valley that goes on for miles and miles inland. Green ...
... old lady who had obviously been there for years (The town became the way it is from a festival in the 1970s - And that way of life just stuck) and we ended our trip in Byron by trying some of her spicy vegan cake she was selling... You know we can't say no to cake! Ahem. Ahem. We also took a trip after Byron to Surfers Paradise, where again the 'Schoolies' took over - But that didn't stop us soaking up the gorgeous sun on their beaches. Brisbane is our next ...