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... every language! Surf pictures to come once we have them!
While we were waiting on the perfect surfing day, we headed up the coast a bit to the Gold Coast. Stu was determined to get me on some rollercoasters, and considering I'd dragged ...
... a large
increase in the population of Pilchards (a smaller fish in the food chain)
Words from a local surfer:
"There is an imbalance at the middle range of the food
A result from overfishing in the local area. This is now drawing
great whites in closer into the shore.
On the other hand I am in the water everyday surfing at Byron
Bay and Brunswick Heads. Very ...
... Harbour Bridge could be appreciated as normal. From here we walked back through The Botanical Gardens to The Opera House and headed in for a quick nosey around. With a lot of walking behind us we stopped in at The Opera Bar for a coffee and relax before heading up through The Rocks & Miller's Point to the bridge. We accompanied our guests to the base of the Harbour Bridge Pylon before they headed up for the panoramic views of the city. With the majority of the day now done, all ...
... and we had a short stop in Yamba for a quick 4 metre cliff jump. There was a 10 metre option but I declined. Upon arrival in Byron I checked in for my 6 nights and met a cool guy called Dan from my room. It was shortly after this that we found out about probably the best deal I have ever heard in my life. Cheeky Monkeys, just across the road, was doing a large steak, chips, salad and a free beer all for 2 quid 50! Unbelievable Jeff! Had a hilarious night in ...
... we went for a walk to the Cape Byron lighthouse for impressive views up and down the beautiful coast. This is Australia’s easternmost point; we said hello to New Zealand, just across that bit of water!
The hot weather continues. We’ll probably get used to it eventually. For now we’re heading back inland a little, to Murwillumbah. Mouthful of a name, that. We hear there’s a mountain there! ...