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... Ballina!? This evening we went out for a drink at the Henry Rous Hotel for a bit of entertainment and met Tom Overton's double.. Although not busy we had a very good night - Liz had a dance with a lesbian & then Mark got them to play some Jet, we got a pizza on the way home from Rammone's (best pizza ever!) which we ate in the hotel room - nice ...
... excursions: Balloon safari, Olduvai Gorge Museum, Maasai Boma.
6 July Day 4: Ngorongoro Crater to Arusha
This morning we are up before sunrise to visit Ngorongoro Crater. The Crater is a perfectly intact volcanic caldera and known as the ‘Noah’s ark’ of game reserves. During our morning game drives we might view the ‘big 5’, lion leopard, elephant, rhino and buffalo, as well as plains game peacefully grazing including, zebra, ...
... out but we made it! We failed in both attempts of riding a wave back to shore, even though the second attempt lasted a little longer than the first.. the instructor described us as terrible. Sadly we spotted no dolphins (paddling too aggressively probably) but it means we get to go again for free! We were really sad to leave and spent the remainder of our day on the beach before catching the greyhound to Surfers Paradise..
... lakes, we continued up to Crowdy Head to camp for the night. The campsite included an immaculate kitchen and bathroom, I was stunned, and Claire and I called sleeping in the van which converted into a full-sized-ish bed, so it wasn’t the most rugged camping, but it sure was comfortable!
The next day we woke up early as camp site check out was at 10, packed our belongings and went ...
... but were the hell she got this harp from I’ll never know! There’s no way
that was fitting in her backpack and who the hell carries a harp around the
world!If you've heard about Byron
Bay you've heard about Cheeky Monkeys. Simple as that, it’s probably the most
famous backpacker bar in Australia, and lucky for me, my very good friend
Hayley was working in there. She hooked me up with a VIP band which meant my
drinks were cheap and I ...