Waves Byron Bay
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... the light flits off as the angle changes further down the canyon and another picture appears. A ripple on the water, the constant sound of rushing water, film like showers fall around you with sunlight dappling through from the hanging gardens of the rainforest overhead. It really is a magical place.
Needless to say the girls were in their element - just loving splashing about and squealing a lot with the cold and excitement. Jumping off little waterfalls, slithering down ...
... as I was finishing my poached eggs on toast I noticed a familiar splash on the horizon so I quickly ate my last couple of mouthfuls and headed for the beach. I was just in time to see a whale breaching on the horizon so I took a seat and watched for a while. This wasn't the first time but I was just as excited as I had been when I spotted my first whale on Fraser Island. About 10 minutes later I decided to carry on walking and reached the Q1 building. As I mentioned I'd been told ...
... to the Hotel and was glad to be out of the cold wind. Smart Traveller told me it was a safe city because it said to exercise normal safety precautions. I didn't feel scared when I caught the cab to my hotel.
My cab ride was smooth and I arrived quickly it was about $27 to my hotel. Inside the hotel reception was very busy as there were a group of Australians from Sydney who were checking in.
finally I made it to my room.
... it'll all just have to wait until I come back for my second year. Like I've said before, all the places will all still be there when I come back, so there's no rush just yet. Anyway, I digress... So as I was unable to go further north and running out of time, I KNEW I needed to do a skydive this time around. It's been at the top of my bucket list for a long time, and my feet were becoming incredibly more itchy as friends I've met along the way have uploaded their own pictures of ...
... we weren't paddling into the wind the whole time, but mostly because the guys running this outing (Ben and Dougie) were just totally awesome. Both were old surfer dudes who looked like they'd not spent more than a day of their lives in the shade, and although we didn't see them in town I wouldn't be surprised if they were part of the sizeable community of Byron Bay folk who walk around the streets ...