Watermark At Wategos
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... were small shops and cafes along the high street so we window shopped our way down dodging the hippies trying to sell us some 'special' cookies. After, we travelled to a national park where we had a BBQ and walked to see a huge dam. Finally, we went to see a waterfall, which is also pretty misrepresented as it was a trickle. That night we sat on our sofas and watched tv all evening!
On Monday we mooched around the shops, buying toe rings ...
... of the walking track back to the centre for a spot of lunch and the odd drink whilst writing the compulsory postcards home.
The rest of the afternoon involved was us diligently walking around Byron stopping at the beach and anywhere there was shade as I forgot to put on sun cream. After grabbing some food and reading a few chapters of our books, it was eventually time to head to the greyhound and catch the 21:05 to ...
... groups out and paddled furiously to catch up with the group leader and managed to get close again. I thought I'd try and record it on the GoPro the next time it surfaced. So there we were waiting for the whale to resurface when two dolphins appeared about 10 metres in front of our kayak. I honestly couldn't believe it. I'd been so happy to see the whales but had been dying to see a dolphin and there were 2 just in front of us. I'm so glad I decided to join the girls on the ...
... There's about 20 of them and it looks like they're feeding, we've never seen so many Dolphins is such a small area - again quite awesome.
By the time we get to the lighthouse we've walked a good hour up the steep incline and we're glad to see the cafe has free tables and cheap milkshakes.
The tourist centre has many pictures showing the local history and is full of information about the Aborigini's ...
... to have any idea either - BUT it was definitely old! We then drove through to Byron Bay, stopping to talk on the phone with Jason on the way. He mentioned that Katie really loved Byron Bay when she was visiting a few years ago, but it was not until we got there that I could understand why. The trouble was that the whole town was absolutely full of young people in t-shirts and short shorts, surf shops, cafes and bars, ...