Moorings on Cavill Avenue
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... the next bit, there were windows, but on the other side they were mirrors, so you could see people looking like idiots trying to roll their tongue, I had a feeling it would be when I looked in it.
The next place was a bit odd too, there was a bunch of aborigine stuff, then some painted crickets, I don’t know why they were painted, but they were. There was also loads of the worlds smallest things, such as the playable violin, trophy, ...
... three more for next summer (or possibly Marrakech).
We did find amazing New Zealand oysters at the market, and bought a dozen. That was good for 5 minutes of entertainment .. delicious, big and meaty.
We decided on dinner in (the lamb wellington's) and possibly a ice cream or a drink later on down the street at Aqua or the Grand.
It is hard to believe that tomorrow is our last day on the Gold Coast ..
... in to the city and find a GP. Ear infection. Both ears. $120. Bad times. I have a wander around the town so as not to completely waste the day but feel pretty rubbish and head back to the hostel after a while. I meet a guy called Theo from London and we play some cards and a game of pool; we are both ****. We get chatting to Dan and Milo (cute Aussies ;-)) and they join us for doubles. Nice guys. Dan teaches us a new card game but I'm too tired and go to ...
... by bus and their parents. The parking wasn't too good but everyone still found a spot. I went with friends which was really fun but it would also be great for a family day. There where so many animals to look at like dingos, owls, pythons, rams, koalas and any more.
The first animal we saw was the koalas which had cute little baby's in there pouch. Then ...
Byron Bay is not a huge town, but it seems to have a pretty good night life and some nice beach area. We were picked up at the bus station by a fellow Canadian from Victoria who informed us that he has never been anywhere else in Australia with as many Canadians as Byron Bay. Anyways, we got checked in, dropped off our stuff and headed into town to find some dinner. We hadn't really had lunch because we had a late breakfast so we were both ...