Byron Sunseeker Motel Byron Bay
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... a few seats and sofas dotted around so despite being all 20's+ we sat in lines on the floor like a school assembly. I've met a Brazilian girl who's lovely, she's 28 and has really good English, met her on the greyhound. So we went to woollies to get dinner and breakfast bits for the three days because we are getting the same Greyhound down to Sydney on Thursday. Was nice to have some girly chat over dinner as the night ...
... Dolphins out from Byron Bay Cape
Whale watchers spot fewer animals this winter at head of Great
Updated 21 Jul 2015, 8:42am
http://www.abc.net.au/news/2015-07-21/w hale-watchers-mammal-numbers-down-bight /6635630
"Humpback whale migration periods are becoming longer every
year as their numbers increase rapidly."
... We got some group photos and I managed to get a selfie with a Kangaroo which made me happy! We also had volley ball compitions which I was awesome at and white water rafting on the sea which I didnt even think was possible if im totally honest as there are no rapids but it was incredible and had really good fun!
On the night time we had some brilliant parties and on one particular night it was state of Origin. This is a rugby match between Queensland and New South ...
... br> Needless to say, we’ve been doing slightly less activity lately, devoting a little more time to staying cool until our bodies adjust.
Upon leaving Sydney we took a bus a couple hours north to the city of Newcastle. It was once a booming place that had a downturn a couple decades ago, but is now reviving and full of cafes. There are a few pleasant beaches, too, and a lighthouse that ...
Just as waves come in sets of three, so did our biggest challenges of the trip so far. Paul stepped on a stingray (which is not very common even for Australians). What we learned is the stingray's barb injects venom that causes severe pain! Initially, Paul thought he just cut his foot, then the pain got worse and worse until we ended up in a doctor’s office. I though he was going to either pass out or throw up. Anyway, all is good now and Paul has ...