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... was, each lunch came with a free schooner of beer as well. Couldn't let them go to waste, so managed to syphon them off into an empty soft drink bottle. Went well with dinner the next two nights.
Outside the Macadamia Castle there is the Big Knight, and I was asked to stand next to him for a photo. I stood between his legs and looked up for macadamias.
Ballina is on the Richmond River's last section, where it meets the sea. Depending ...
... of the plane, the more time you have to psych yourself out (which is what happened to me). I was the third to last to go and when my time came, I wanted desperately to crawl back into the comfort of the plane, but I didn’t have a choice as my legs were hanging off the edge of the plane and Matt finally pushed us off! As we fell, we did a few somersaults and steadied out to being on my stomach. Matt also spun us in circles so ...
Narita, Japan, was incredible. I'm excited to return in the spring when it's warmer. It's a small city, with winding streets with a very pleasant feel. I arrived after dark, but walked to my hostel with children wandering home from martial arts lessons, so I felt safe. At dawn I went to visit the ancient Buddhist temple nearby, one of the only tourist attractions in the town, with a girl from my hostel. Again, there were children walking together with their ...
... to follow her to the sea then just stand there taking photos. We thought this was hilarious as Rachel had become her camera slave after knowing her only a few hours. I am happy to say that when Anika finished I went for round two and this was much more productive. I managed to get up twice which the girls where quite astonished about. We had been at the beach for hours when we decided it was best to head off (Sarah was looking pretty burnt at this stage and we didn't ...
Up early in the morning and a nice 6km run around Sawtell. When I got back everyone was up mainly due to the great sunny weather - and then down to the holiday park eating area for a breakfast of fruit (Banana's, apricots, mango's and apples). This was followed by a rapid pack up and then down to the local beach, Bonville Creek, off the holiday park. This was a cracking spot which we ...
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