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... had said that there was nothing there at all, and some had said it was a great party place. When Virginie and I had checked in and got sorted, we went for a lovely long stroll along the beach. Miles and miles of gorgeous white sand didn't really hide the fact that the backdrop was a concrete jungle of high-rises. It was a bit of a bizarre setup to have skyscrapers towering over the beautiful beach. The whole beach was consequently in the shade. It was a pretty picture to see the ...
... in Australia. I was also super excited because I had seen lots of fish in the waves and a pod of wild dolphins. One dolphin even jumped up out of the water, so cool.
After surfing we headed back for the hostel where we got showered and changed. We dried our towels and swimsuits before packing them. We couldn't decide what to have for dinner so we walked down the road a bit until we found a Thai ...
... with all the pillows and duvet and her boudoir is complete with a full length mirror. In the other section is a table and chairs, stove and kettle and all I have to do is roll out my sleeping bag – job done. Mary and I start to unravel her tent on the spot next to ours and just as we have laid it down a guy from the pott factory tent next door comes out – Mary eagerly introduces herself holding out her hand and I follow. ...
... met before. Everything turned out to be great though! the girls were from Germany and were very polite. They ended up going out to party while we were asleep. They didn't get home until right before our alarm went off at 4:30 A.M. I was unable to sleep because of a horrible cough I picked up earlier in the week, so it didn't bother me that they came in so late/early.
Of course we slightly regretted our decision to get up so early ...
... to add a little bit of culture into our journey! We had a platter of the 6 different beers brewed right in Byron Bay, I have to say they were pretty tasty as well!
On our last day we had a walk out to the very end of the beach towards the lighthouse as this is the most easterly point in Australia. We sat watching the surfers which is always a cool sight while the sun was slowing setting in the distance.