Watermark At Wategos
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... lake a reddish colour much like a cup of tea. In addition the water containing tea tree oil is great for the skin. We basked in the tepid water for about 20 minutes before returning to bus to head back to Byron Bay. At our beach house we found everyone still home relaxing in the living room. Ryan and Mark still quite scorched decided to take a break from the sun. Jenna and I ate a well deserved lunch and then quickly feel asleep tired from our morning excursion. The rest of the crew ...
... too small
rip too strong
tide coming in
tide going out
too much wind …….. you get the drift. Needless to say there wasn’t much success on the surfing front here and that started to cause some frustrations…. The weather isn’t looking too good generally - very windy and showers - we were definitely getting fed up camping in anything other than dry weather. May be better to move inland for a while.
We were heading for ...
... beautiful little place and we had our first rock pool swim which was awesome - we had our goggles so we could see that there were fish swimming in the pool!
From Sawtell we headed up into the mountains to Dorrigo on Waterfull Way and into the rainforest - the scenery and the drive was spectacular with waterfalls next to the road, hairpin bends, steep cliffs and massive tree ferns. We camped at Platypus Flat and were the only ones there the first night so had ...
... we stayed the nite. Walked the golf course and the city stone wall.
Drove very early to Glasgow for the start of the Worlds. The day was bright but windy.Cheered on NZ Police and Canterbury Caledonian. Unfortunately NZ Police didn’t make the cut of 10 bands for Saturdays finals but the Canterbury Caledonian did. It was an awful day ,cold ,wet and windy day. Avril and I had seats booked which was good. Had dinner that nite with some very dear friends from Glasgow with ...
... down to the local Woolies to grab some ice creams from the freezer and some yoghurt for Harrison.
Back at the room, we had the boys in bed by 8.30pm - a record for the last week or so and with school in a few days time, we need to return the boys to regular sleep times. Such an early night gave Donna and I some rare time alone. But with a quiet evening and no pressing duties, all we could do was crash....