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... by the smell). Next morning before we left Byron Bay and started our drive south, we drove up to the lighthouse, parked the car and on the short walk up, looked down into the bay to see a pod of maybe 50 dolphins jumping in the surf. As we watched, a huge manta ray swam in behind them. Within the next few minutes we also saw a turtle and a magnificent large bird, which we have since been told was probably a Brahminy ...
... vlogen voorbij en het was tijd afscheid te nemen. Dag mooi Arrawarra strand, ik ga je missen. En dag lieve mensen. Hoop jullie op verschillende plekken in de wereld nog eens te treffen. :)
Let the new experience begin. SURFING on Australian waters. Spending 5 days on a beach sort of camp and learn to stand up on a surfboard. Oh yeah, it's probably gonna be hard. Ofcourse, I was excited for this new experience, but I was a little afraid ...
... nice fish and I caught bugga all. Great day though on the beach - we all said it felt as though we had known each other for years - similar interests and got on really well. Ken cleaned and filleted the fish and gave them to us - lovely meal that night.
Tuesday December 2 - packed up and drove to Yamba for lunch - nice place but very expensive caravan parks and crowded. Decided to go to Grafton - booked into ...
... eat a cookie to help the time pass. I was fine again no major stone, the bus had wifi so I just watched a film. Arrived and checked in, annoyingly I've heard how this place is right on the beach so it's a 2 second walk to the surf. True but today there is no surf and no hills I can bomb (go fast down) on my longboard (skateboard but big). Nothing to do, no one really ...
... us to get on that road that just seemed so steep
a climb in those last 72 hours.
One final goodbye and sits like a lump in my throat.
Aunty Bea Ballangarry, has prepared for us a ceremony down
on the beach, to help us firmly plant roots to Gumbayngirr before we fly and to
support us to Let Go of all the anxiety and emotional build up to this leaving
time. Aunty Bea holds us gently in a spiritual way. We take our shoes off at