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... big lizard outside of the house and a pretty small one inside. The biggest spider I've ever seen wild (outside the house!)
Things I tried: Vegemite. It's a spread that's quite popular here. It is made of yeast extract and some veggies and spices. Think of a veggie version of chicken bullion. You don't want to eat it straight but I liked it on toast with lots of butter.
Notable People: A man on my first plane who helped me get my giant backpack into and out of ...
... why sharks were in the area and a recent surfer attacked.
Sharks have been spotted all up and down this coast. That’s why we prefer to walk along the beach rather than swim in it!
En route the Clarence River ran along the Pacific Highway as we drove through sugar cane country.
We stopped off at Woodburn and enjoyed basking in the sun and stretching our legs. A ...
... for a good few bloopers. After trooping to the top and back down and taking in all the viewpoints we went to grab lunch. With Aquarius we get 15% off at a restaurant next door. I had the most amazing burger and literally couldn't move after. A serious nap was needed! After not napping we grabbed a couple of litres of goon and got ready for a night out with Matt, Cat, and Dan. Ring of fire and riding the bus should definitely not be played with goon. Lesson learnt. For ...
... with tomato sauce in about three minutes and eyed off Emerson's 'sustainable fish and chips' like a vulture until he could eat no more. Wondering aloud if sustainable fish and chips tasted any better than any other fish and chips, we suddenly became distracted by the patrons all pointing out to sea. A pod of dolphins put on a lunchtime show just for us and then we returned home before exploring the shops in Byron Bay once more.
Byron Bay is lovely and we could ...
... shops and cafes. The police have actually been instructed that they may turn a blind eye if they so wish to the activities that go on in Nimbin. This is the only place that this has been sanctuned as this small little place has been doing what they do since the 60s and have no violence or causes any issues and in fact brings in a hell of a lot of tourists. It has a small museum which tells you all about the different kinds of drugs and how Nimbin came to have the reputation it ...