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A 4 hr bus ride to Byron, thought it was 5, forgot about the clock change, again... One hour forward, can't keep up with it!... Seems as though some but not all Aussies want to embrace daylight savings, much to the dismay of confused visitors... Apparently, one place has a clock change of half an hour... Why even bother! Arrived at Greyhound stop, …
... Grade 3 Distance Education. We are waiting to meet her teach in Casino for some face to face time and gather the starting blocks for her education on the road!
We have secured a tenant to rent our house long term and are just reviewing our storage options for our possessions before we head off.
I am feeling a bit overwhelmed but also VERY EXCITED!!!
I need to start writing my checklists..........
... paper joint "In the dark". In adverse rolling the contestants had to roll while being fanned, sprayed with water and bumped and nudged while rolling the 'J'. The heats were all run on Saturday with the finals set up for Sunday afternoon. Local, Bob The Joint Builder, made the finals for "rolling in the dark" and speed rolling. During the break between the olympix and the comedy show we went next door to the tavern for a beer, then walked around checking ...
... bar in the hostel the drinking as is most of what I've seen in Oz so far seems to be very controlled (no doubles no shots no jugs etc) but still lively. Amazingly we get a free dinner with every nights stay so have our first meal and start on the cheapest drink in the place (of course) Jungle Juice (we think its goon and fruit juice) $3 a schooner (compared to the $10 mixers in most bars.) Before long met 3 or 4 girls all staying here and get on the drinking games and decide to ...
... br> you need the swimwear, the flipflops, shorts.... you name it !
But they had really cool t-shirts, so I bought one anyway :-)
Byron Bay and
its region is also known for its counterculture heritage. A lot of
yoga, raw food, and various healers live around, which makes it a
little bubble comparable in some ways to Ubud in Bali or the beaches
I was on in Koh Phangan, even if it's of course mixed to the surf
culture. But for ...