Abbiente House & Cottages - Byron Bay Hinterland
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... several countries to judge by the accents.We found a great bookshop and of course made a purchase or two. Then we went right to the Beach itself.
There were some interesting sculptures on the sand and lots of surfers enjoying the waves. We booked a table at Fishheads, a restaurant overlooking the surf, for later and then walked back to the car, We returned to the Motel after purchasing a couple of bottles of wine for later ...
... french toast and fruit breaky. Tired from all our homemaking activities we all relaxed reading and napping. The crew headed to the beach and I took advantage of the overcast sky to jog to the lighthouse in slightly less scorching temperatures. The brilliant white lighthouse towers over the most easterly point of Australia. I ventured right out to the point salt water spraying my face as I watch the waves crash ...
... lads with them. Again the walls are like fag papers and we can hear every word and they are not quiet and then they have the audacity to start playing music. Luce is awake now so it only a mater of time until one of us is going out. Right that's it I'm up, out the room, into the kitchen area where they are snorting prescription drugs such as codeine. I slam the room door for a bit of extra effect "right then guy what's going on? Who are you ...
... dragging kids up there.
We had plenty of rest stops along the way, probably every 30 mins just to have a quick break. At one of the stops we came across a bush turkey scratching around, he got so close to the kids that he actually sprayed them with leaf litter !
So having struggled to the last rest stop, we were faced with the chain climb. And honestly I had seriously underestimated this. I had seen ...
... the plane. The feeling was just like I remembered as we summer salted through the air. We freefalled for around a minute but when you are in the air it seems like much longer and even started spinning through clouds which was pretty cool but made me dizzy! Once the parachute was opened I was given the handles and asked if I wanted to steer the parachute. I pulled the right handle right down and we were spinning round and round above ...