Bay Beach Motel
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... has a bit of a "Sienner" sound :)
So things are good, comfortable here. Lots of crazy going on in my head as always
Up Next: Tomorrow I try surfing!
Specific Prayer requests: I'm feeling the need to read the Bible through, which is pretty overwhelming. Safety with the surfing, mental engagement and excitement for the lectures and people.
Gratitude to the people who gave to make this possible. It's a real gift, undeserved. Thank you
... we hit the top of the cliff and the lighthouse, the heavens opened and down came the rain! Everybody fled for shelter, but being typically british, we whapped out the waterproofs and continued on our way, much to the amusement of the onlooking beach bums! We were absolutely drenched by the time we hit the bottom again, so thought it an ...
... had coffee and cake. Phone call to NRMA was 11.42, after waiting the hour, rang again was told the mechanic would be in attendance in 5 minutes, also received text message. He finally turned up and after starting the car in about 1 minute we were able to continue with our journey. We decided when we arrived in Coffs Harbour to call it a day and booked into Park Beach Caravan Park and down to local Bowling Club ...
... When we got back on the bus Mick started to tell us how drugs work and a few stories he had from doing these tours for 30 odd years. He said that they take about an hour for it too kick in and because it takes so long people dont think its worked and have more and then have bad trips. Me and Nicole decided to half the cookie and then half it again so werent having to much! It tasted like a regular plain cookie but a bit chewy with bits in. We were having the BBQ at a little park ...
Two hours drive from Byron, visiting the Surfers Paradise of the Gold Coast on the way, we gave back the car and caught our boat to Moreton Island for a one hour sail. Made is sand, the whole island is a nature reserve, filled with birds that demand to be heard and snakes that hide themselves away, thankfully. Long, long beaches with a couple of purposefully sank shipwrecks for divers enjoyment, swimming pools, shady nooks, one great, ...