The Crest Apartments
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... their ridiculously short shorts that are in style, and crop tops galore. While the boys broke off to go swimming, Sam and I continued to peruse the town for some stones and beads. We stumbled upon a funky aboriginal store that had some amazing knick knacks, and tons of stones to choose from. They were even selling the necklaces we were making for about $35, so coming out ahead with a $8 rock seemed like a steal. While we were walking around it started raining a bit, so we decided to ...
... our lives around since the days of burger and bakery induced food comas. We did manage to drag ourselves away from our hammocks and out onto the water for a morning snorkelling with tropical fish, leopard sharks and turtles. What a treat it was to swim alongside these beautiful aquatic creatures. We even spotted a large manta ray in the distance! Our final full day in Byron found us out on the ocean again kayaking in search of wild ...
... the hostel before getting caught in a rain storm on the way to a club! Although we arrived like drowned rats, it didn't stop us from having a great night (picking up our moods from previously finding that our cooler bag of all our food had been stolen from the hostel fridge!). The next day our little group from the night before spent the day on the beach. Attempting to swim we were continuously getting caught in the huge rip that covered the whole of the ...
... the easternmost spot in Australian mainland, all on cape Byron. So far, Byron Bay had the nicest beach I've seen in Australia. The main one was an endless stretch of sand with crystal clear waters and nice waves. On the nice walk to the lighthouse, we also swam on small gorgeous beaches surrounded by reefs. There, we saw a lot of huge blue jellyfish! Next to the easternmost point in Australian mainland, we saw ...
... which is the same as near-deserted by British standards). Late lunch was taken at a vegetarian restaurant attached to a Seventh Day Adventist church. It was excellent and was followed by ice lollies, which Ben Yates bought and which had to be eaten very quickly so that they didn't melt in the midday heat. After that, we drove back, taking in some beautiful New South Wales countryside before getting back onto the highway. We also passed some gigantic lorries. Apparently ...