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... it was only a 10 minute walk to the beach.
It was freezing, but we got used to that, we were very aware that there were sharks about too!
Spent a while in the sea jumping into waves, got hit by a bit one whilst taking a photo!
Had enough after a while and went to dry off on the beach.
The sea had made us hungry, so we ate the sandwiches we’d made earlier. Had also got some naughts and crosses crisps, so ended up having a game of that for a while.
... the journey, we had a few stops at BPs etc.. We did manage to get quite a few hours sleep throughout the night, but we got woken up so often, and it wasn't that comfortable, so when we arrived we were quite tired. It's the longest bus that we have to get though, and it's our only night one, so to be honest, it wasn't even that bad! We are so used to long journeys from Thailand anyway, so one more didn't do us any harm. It's almost time for us to check in and go ...
... of skin now resembles bacon, and with the help of a couple of bottles of after sun each day to dull the pain, we ask ourselves the age old question: does sun cream actually work? Alan Lee fell in absolute love with the vibe here. Sunrise yoga, meditation on the beach, palm reading, crystals and essential oils. We nearly left her behind to be honest. Valentine's was beaut. We went for a romantic meal for three and exchanged ...
... a guy playing guitar and getting all deep about life... Yes, THAT happened. Well it was bound to really, wasn't it.
Feeling only slightly hungover (plan is working!), I had an early start the next morning for my trip to Nimbin. If you've done your research or you're into smoking a certain something (maybe keep quiet about the latter), then you'll know why Nimbin is on the map for most backpackers to Byron Bay. I won't go into detail... It ...
... trousers and pony tails but hey. Whatever gets you.
We had Rob’s birthday while we were there - spent at the Federal Hotel “the Fed” - a classic old, slightly grungy hotel/pub with huge wooden veranda and french doors, with a beautiful big old central stairway and hall. Very busy mainly due to the food and music on on a Friday. We had a great meal then sat back and watched the show - single wrinkled Aussie bloke with a foot drum, honky tonk guitar ...