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... all you're faced with is unfriendly and guarded vibes, it doesn't exactly give you the confidence to start talking to these surly creatures. I didn't speak to anyone for two days because I got the impression no one wanted to talk. Don't get me wrong, I know it takes two and I could have made the first move but how could I? I've learned from the last couple of weeks that I can just start up conversation and make the initial move, but if people are shy with me, that makes me shy. And ...
... woman hulla hooping to the music. That night we went into town and came across a free fire show on the grass near the beach which was pretty impressive. Our last day in Byron was spent mainly on the beach enjoying the great weather. The beach goes on for miles so I decided to take a walk all the way to the end of one side. When I got there I climbed some steps to this viewing point and saw ...
... soon as I got it done. Paid $80 for them though so couldn't take them out! Then met up with Hayley and Philippa and their mum and went to the lighthouse for sunset and visited the most easterly point of Australia. Had a nice fish and chips for dinner. We bought some goon and headed to the hostel to pre drink before heading to Cheeky Monkeys bar which was a pretty decent night out! The next day ...
... us in their beautiful cottage in the garden for the night, which is luxury. They are amazing as they have only just the night before arrived back from one month in Madagascar. Jane cooks an amazing meal and we listen to tales of their incredible journey. Which includes, enjoying the wildlife and some hair raising moments on very poor trains.
Good company, excellent food and loads of wine see us happily off to a real bed and Ivan ...
... 8217; position at which you spend most of your time. I did not find it resting at all. My wrists strain to take the weight of my body as my clammy palms (something I wish more than ever I could extradite forever) slide down the mat and my ‘sit bones’take a downward dive towards the floor. I have now learned to balance my body using the whole of its surface and my canine-like position bears an almost uncanny appearance as even the bendiest of my ...