Paradise One Retreat.
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... safe (although he was a bit edgy prior to jumping from the makeshift ladder). Matt was next and nearly split himself in two with a perfect bellyflop into the water. Milly had good sense and refused to jump. Mum, who swam across the river with Eva on her back, climbed the ladder tentatively. Squashing her nerves she grabbed the wooden handle and swung from the ladder, but through fear, bad luck or a slippery handle she fell ...
... think I could do hang gliding or paragliding... Skydiving is still a BIG taboo for me. ARGH. There goes those heart palpitations again. Anyway, to celebrate my last night in Byron Bay, I met up with a lovely girl I'd met on the night bus from Sydney, Mikki, who had invited me to her hostel for pre-drinks... So off I trotted with my $5 bottle of wine (still the classy bird), ending up in the infamous Cheey Monkeys (OH YES), where the done thing is to ...
... my hostel around 9pm and head straight to the social area outside where I recognise some people from surf camp (Jacob and Tom) which is nice and also meet a nice German girl called Rita. We head out to Cheeky Monkeys, which is literally across the road from us, for some drinks and dancing on the tables ...
... up with sleep on the road in NZ, hopefully!! and get back into our travel routine. This time is gold dust. We get to spend too little time with our Aussie F&F. Weirdly, we are beginning to get quite homesick and miss you lot back in Blighty. Hope the 'Yes' folk in Scotland are not too downhearted. We listened to the whole depressing counting thing on our BBC iPlayer App driving from Armidale to Coonabarabran. Well one of us was disappointed - being a divided ...
... and get back on the highway. Wethen checked the Camps 7 Book and found No 48 3 Creeks Family Campground which is situated 7 km from Kungala. Cost was $6 per person per night. The campground has shelter, flushing toilets and close to the train track. In a hugh paddock but well maintained. There was only three vehicles there for the night had a fire that night to keep ourselves warm. It is warmer on the coast than it is inland. Next day travelled on to No 31 Woody ...