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... up the tree, but on the upside provided entertainment for the other campers when my 'cowboy-style' attempt to retrieve it didn't work and we resorted to Gra doing some good old fashioned tree-climbing!
With the aerobie safely retrieved we decided to take a drive up to the top of Byron Bay lighthouse for sunset.......we got a very pretty view and on the way back to camp, stopped at the beach to check out some sunset surfers!
We then ...
... had the place to ourselves, except for some weird guy who was in bed 24/7 playing whale songs to himself. The owner (a middle-aged lady from New Zealand) was extremely sweet, and she helped us find our way around town.
The next morning, we got up early to make the most of the big local theme park, Dreamworld. We had paid about £50 each for our tickets, so I was expecting big things. Fortunately, it didn't ...
... We parked up by the main beach in the town and had a sit on the beach for a couple of hours, Dec even braving the water! We then walked around the town, picking up Byron's famous "hippy" vibe & just explored. Dec & Holly had their minds set on doing a skydive whilst in Australia and grabbed the bull by the horns, booking for the following morning over Byron! With that sorted we picked up some beers and headed back to the beach for a pretty beautiful sunset before making our ...
... bar and snooker table in the lobby, a travel desk for booking tours and bikes outside tied up for hire from the hostel. It looked a really coool funky little place and I was looking forward to staying here. We were to stay till Wednesday the 3rd of June so we had 4 full days at Byron Bay. As we had arrived so late we decided to ust quickly unpack, have a shower as we had been surfing all morning and then head out to check out the local pub called Cheeky Monkeys. Tim, our ...
... met the guy I was going to be strapped to, met my camera man and then it was just a wait for the plane. I was the first one in the plane which made me a little more nervous because I thought it meant up be last out. Baring in mind that 9 months ago I was a crying, quivering wreck getting on the huge Emirates plane. I had more or less just skipped up the steps of a plane that can hold 11 people! Try figure that out because I can't! Going up. You have to sit with ...