Aanuka Beach Bures
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... raining for the next two or three days. Temperatures during the day have been fairly consistent at 16C -18C.
We headed north along the A1 and took a couple of tourist route detours towards the Pacific Ocean. On the second such detour, we stopped for lunch at Port McQuarrie. Having almost digested the lamb it was time for Fish and Chips, what else! Port McQuarie has beautiful beaches which we had difficulty photographing due to ...
... we climbed to a view point on the second most easterly point in Australia, for great views and some entertainment in the form of watching the surfing dudes enjoying the waves which had become quite large by this time. Eat in a place called Lennox Head, a quiet laid back little seaside town.
Then on to Sawtell Beach today. After our afternoon snooze we took in the scene, once again a ...
... picture below is some other surfers coming in from the water as we were walking down the beach a bit and the second is me throwing up my shakas by some sand boards! (We drew sand boards to practice popping up on before we actually got into the water.) As you ...
... stumbling in front of a camper full of surfer dudes that laughed at him. Not cool Oscar. It was a long hot walk back so as soon as we were back at the clog camp site we jumped straight into the pool to wash the salt away. For the evening we decided to go out for a meal as it was our last evening together as a five. We walked around trying to find a place occasionally accidentally walking into gambling bars and kids play pen restaurants which was pretty ...
... were told a lot about the stars. Got to see the Southern cross for the first time. Sat up drinking with Martina, Dominik and Florien after midnight. Woke up pretty early as it was so hot in the tent.. Had breakfast and off early to be the first group to Eli creek. Got to jump in then swim down the creek, so clean!! We then headed to the Mohena shipwreck which is so random, just wedged on the beach slowly disappearing. Next stop was Indian Head. The story behind its name was ...