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Thanks to a good nights sleep we were up early and rearing to go. One of the must do things in Byron was to walk to the lighthouse, Cape Byron. It is the most easterly point of Australia. Whales can often be seen from the lighthouse as they pass on their migration routes. Immediately to the South of the Cape was a hot surfer spot. The dolphins know this and this is also their playground. We had heard several stories of how the dolphins jump through the waves with the surfers and we hoped ...
... we went for our pit stop and when we had our coffees in our hand, I wanted to get it to go and he wanted to sit and drink it … I won out saying we could drive around and drink it while we looked at Glen Innes. I was keen to go to a Museum there as I thought it would have a lot of interesting things.
We left Maccas and I could see the Information Bureau was across the driveway so in we went …or at least I thought it was the ...
... dinner, so headed off the route to the nearest town. Also requiring fuel, we thought we would stop for fuel and food at the same time so drove passed a couple of fuel stations and then about 200m after passing another, the car died, all out of fuel! Not what we needed when starving! Luckily the fuel station had a plastic tub we filled to get us going again and fully refuel! We got ourselves to the town nearby, had some very salty, ****** takeaway food and moved ...
... prepared our sweet treat, protein balls, with nuts, cranberries, maple syrup and coconut. At least we are healthy. As Allan said he is a vegetarian for breakfast, vegan for lunch and a meat eater for dinner.
After lunch we pottered on home via Wivenhoe Dam. Here we stopped for a two kilometre walk. A slack day for our exercise regime. Then up through Esk and home.
Another great ...
... has at least heard of it but I had a really good time. I've realised that when you're travelling on your own it's a bit like you're just playing tag along all of the time, but it's nice because most people are in the same position so are chatty and willing to show you around and things. Speaking of being a tag along, I went out with the girls from my room for pancakes for breakfast, we went to the cafe t the hostel, they were only $8 which is ...