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... 21st) we went to Byron Bay to go swimming. We took the surf board and I managed to catch a few waves but this little kid on a bogie board kept stealing my waves! We ended up sunbathing for a bit longer than we should have that day! When we left the beach, we went to the bakery to get lunch. I hadn't had bakery food for so long!! That night we Skyped the family back in Auckland and had a big catch up. For dinner we had ...
... were lucky enough to have the most stunning, sunny day and saw lots of whales heading up north. This is an ideal and very popular location for whale watching. We walked around Rainbow Bay and also enjoyed lots of trips into Kingscliff for walks, coffees, lunches, and of course, Woollies shopping!
A highlight of this stopover was a visit to the Tweed Regional Art Gallery in Murwillumbah to view the Margaret Olley Art ...
... last goes.
Dinner has come and gone and the music in the Bistro, it can be clearly heard from the van and is just getting going. Currently listening to the groovy sounds of Eagle Rock as I write this.
That is before Zoe had gone to sleep, she left us with another pearler.
Zoe's crack up comment of the day after just getting into bed "What smells like butt holes.... LUKE!"
... van that we had been reading about, weighing just 1040kg, local, in good condition (for its age).
So guess what? We now own a caravan!
Over the next few months we will be painting cleaning re-wiring etc. Rain has created a Pintrest board and I have had to open an account to view and comment on her selection....LOL...Don't know how valid my comments are though, I'm hopeless with colours. Anyway, this should be an interesting process.
Today we decided to take things easy. This had nothing to do with the amount of beef and wine consumed the night before :-) Having bought breakfast bits and bobs yesterday we enjoyed a lazy morning munching on muesli, fruit and yoghurt watching the sun, sea and surfers. Eventually, not wanting to miss out on the day, we left the comfort of our room and walked along the beach pathway. At intervals on the path were different exercise stations, provided by the council, for sit ...