Baystay Bed & Breakfast
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... a wave. Of course I didn't lift if high enough and the powerful way smacked my surfboard square into my left cheek! Pretty much done with surfing I attempt a riding a couple more waves and finally to my relief we were called in our lesson complete. Surfing it exhausting work! We trudged back to our bus carrying our surfboards that seemed to be heavier on the way out. On our way home we stopped at Lake Ainsworth for a quick fresh water dip. The lake is surrounded by tea trees that ...
... to the local campsite just 15 minutes delightful walk down the beach. Expensive at $80 per night - the costs are going up. Good area for school work in the mornings but surprise surprise, wifi ****. Fantastic 50m outdoor swimming pool by the beach which we put to good use - puts Polkyth to shame. Planning to surf regularly but as usual there’s always a problem - surfers are like windsurfers - there’s always some reason why they’re not catching the perfect wave : ...
... seeing heaps of wildlife and birds and got to spot the Lyrebird which was incredible.
Essentially we have travelled down the east Coast from Byron Bay into the hills to Nimbin but it was too hot (40) so back to the coast at Minnie Waters in the National Park. We were so lucky to see a Mother and baby Tawny Frog Mouth as were driving through the bush - they had the most amazing eyes!
From Minnie Water we travelled down to Sawtell which is just near ...
... 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 ...
... where they have a Viking Ship they still use, and craft places by the miles. Otterswick cliffs were truly amazing coming straight out of the sea, . The guys on these islands depend on us tourists really ,to buy some of their beautiful stuff.
Lots and lots of Shetland ponies just run wild on the island but really friendly guys..
Then suddenly we had to fly back to Scotland on 14th. Trip was all too short really.
Drove down the coast to St ...