Byron Bay Farmstay
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... of being sober, and to start some chilling out. However, the minute I was picked up at the bus stop by one of the hostel girls, I was excitedly informed I'd be out drinking every single night for the next week. Well how could I refuse such an offer? I guess the alternative would be to sit in my room all alone, and since that experience in the first hostel in Byron, I'd rather not be doing that again. I'd heard mixed reviews about Surfers Paradise, or 'Surfers' for short. A lot ...
... time figuring out which waves to send us on. It was pretty rough going. I was just happy to lay on my tummy and cruise into shore. However, I did manage to get up to my knees and then to one knee before bailing. I never did stand up and neither did Heather, but we had fun all the same. We both got dumped so many times scraping our knees along the shallow bottom. We came out tired and water logged but being able to say ...
... foot for the rest of the way. Despite nearly hyperventilating, the whole walk was so pretty. From the beach lookout we saw more surfers and a pod of dolphins. Further up we also saw some turtles. The whole place is just gorgeous. Without a doubt my favourite place on the East Coast so far. Anyone who travels up the coast is clearly a loon, Byron Bay and Sydney surely must be the best finale to your trip? I'll let you know. Off to Sydney tonight on a thirteen hour bus journey. ...
... us the exciting news that our lanyard will allow us anywhere including these side viewing platforms which is perfect for someone like me who cannot accept that pushing someone or squeezing them till there no longer standing on the floor is acceptable viewing etiquette. Next stop, set up camp. I realize how lucky I have been when I get to Rachel's tent (by tent I mean castle). She has a sectioned off bedroom with a bed! A bed! It ...
... up for our early morning, we watched a fire twirling show. Fire twirling is such a huge thing in Australia! I have heard of it but never actually had an opportunity to see it in America. When we arrived back to our room we quickly got ready for bed.
Next thing we know, the door opens and two girls walk in. This was my first experience int his type of accommodation so I was a little uneasy about sharing a room with people that I ...