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Monday Today we had planned to walk up to the lighthouse in Byron. Apparently it's about a 50 minute walk but the views are amazing. Unfortunately the weather was against us. It was absolutely chucking it down all night and was still going strong this morning. We drove down and set off but it just clouded over and the heavens opened. We decided that getting soaked was just silly because we'd be cold after and it's not like it's easy for us to get showered and warm up at ...
... no footpath, bleeding from our multiple gashes on our legs. We did find the proper path for the walk back! It cost $19.95 each to walk the 1.2km skywalk amongst the rainforest canopy to see the tops of the trees that we see free of charge everywhere. However, this is something I wanted to do and I am pleased that we did it. Back to camp for showers, a cup of tea, relaxing and ...
... so far he had been too. Where Luce and I were less impressed, there seemed to be an enormous amount of fast food places all along the beach front, which is more than likely the reason that the number of auzzie beach bods are on the decline and fattys are on the rise. (this a fact not just a munch observation). On that note this reminds me, last night at dinner there was an absolute howler of a bird that sat down, to which the ...
... to Byron Bay yesterday - a beautiful stretch of beach and coast line, and a neat little town which reminded us much of Lahaina on Maui, with fewer art galleries. The topography is intriguing in the area with much volcanic activity making up some of the natural history. Beautiful vistas from long extinct volcanic craters , and the remnants of volcanic plugs visible from dozens of kms away make for an ever changing view.
Our month here in ...
... education coordinator/Wildlife Carer at 9:30. She explained a range of things from tourism to jobs and voluntary work. She showed us some wildlife up close allowing us to pat an Owl and an Echidna.
After that we had the great opportunity to explore the wildlife park in our own leisure, completing the High Rope Tree Top Experience, looking at ...