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New things I've tried this week:
- goat meat
- they always said "meant to be" instead of "supposed to be"
- they don't have sororities or fraternities here
- they call universities "uni" and if you say college they think of the state high schools
- they refer to shrimp mainly as prawn
- Brisbane is called "Brissie" (they have nicknames for ...
... no toilets available). Although my kids will argue that having no signal could be worse than no toilets. Our neighbours kept us a site and we managed to wedge our 25 foot caravan into a tiny space amongst the 3000 other campers that have descended on In skip for the Easter weekend. This little free camping experience is almost our undoing. Patrick (who shall be referred to as husband from here on out) lays down the law that nobody ...
... of this beach, I hotfooted it across there as quickly as possible. The beaches were covered in bluebottle jelly fish, which pop like bubblewrap when you step on them.
The following day I took a bus out of town to the Eumundi markets, which sell an array of local crafts and clothes accompanied by music from local artists.
I then ...
... waiting at the wrong bus station! They were thankfully only 10 minutes away, lovely to see them all after not knowing anyone for 5 weeks. We headed back to the house - so nice to actually unpack my bag and wash the entire contents! Had barbecued pork chops with fennel for dinner - my uncle Martin's a Chef and it tasted good. Hooray for home cooked food! Spent the evening sorting through my photos while the rest of them watched Terminator 3. Feels good to be in a ...
... left Byron Bay. Still a fun night though. After the games we danced the night away on tables.
The following day the weather hadn't improved much so we had a mooch around town and something to eat and a quick stroll along the beachfront then cooked dinner for ourselves. We were outraged that all of our snacks had been stolen from the kitchen. Taught us a lesson I guess. In the evening we ventured over to Cheeky Monkey's again. This time Cheryse and Susie decided to ...