Abbiente House & Cottages - Byron Bay Hinterland
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- Pets allowed
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... entered a new state and a new time zone.
Fortunately we were picked up from the drop off point and escorted to our new, much more like paradise, hostel. We sorted ourselves out and went for a walk before grabbing some food and settled down for the night by watching Russell Crowe at his best in gladiator.
Saturday 6th December 2014
The mornings weather was one of the greyest and rainiest we have ...
... it was really windy the entire time we were in Byron and the waves weren't very good, so I didn't end up learning to surf here like I thought I would. Jonah seems to think he is a wave connoisseur and was disappointed with the small size and choppy break of the waves. One afternoon we did a coast walk around the point and all the way up to the Byron Bay lighthouse. It was a very scenic walk and we enjoyed stopping at the various lookout points, including the one ...
... up early and they were also leaving the next afternoon. The next morning we were up early and picked up by the kayaking company. As the kayaks were 2 man I ended up paired with a guy called Brandon who was also on his own. By the end of the 3 hours I was very glad I'd been paired with a strong athletic fella as kayaking on the ocean is hard work! We headed out and although I was really hopefully we would see a dolphin I wasn't overly confident but thought it would be fun ...
... in Byron. Luckily my friend Anne was organizing a trip to Nimbin, so I joined in on the fieldtrip. Nimbin is well known for its availability of marijuana goods, but before we ventured to the land of green, we decided to make use of the car and see the true green of the nearby rainforest. We also stopped by an eclectic Sunday market and saw some countryside to make our day trip complete. For my last few days I soaked up the sun (when it was ...
... beneath me. Had the guy counted me down or asked if I was ready I would have rapidly changed my mind and asked him to take me back down to the ground. As it was, he sat me on the edge of the plane and within a second he'd jumped. I was free falling through freezing cold air and hurtling towards the ground at a break neck speed. I screamed a lot, and I couldn't really think properly, apart from just how unbelievably scared I was falling, falling, falling.. Then after what seemed ...