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... me of Europe or Bali (as I was due to go to Bali in two weeks). We stopped to take a look at the sacred aboriginal site, located on the outskirts of Nimbin. I took some pictures as well as a video.
We then stopped at the hippy town of Nimbin. I ventured around town in all the funky, classy, hippy-style shops, museum, cafe, had a look at the art galleries and even visited the Hemp Embassy and bar. There is a cultural and spiritual significance of this town. ...
... the race a couple hours before. Now a public roadm, the stands and podium gave it an eerie feeling; I totally nerded out but it was great fun.
The next day was World Cup Final day. A couple mates and I headed for a big screen spot but once again it was not playing there or at Federation Squre. Melbourne City Council really need to sort there **** out. We eventually went over to the fan zone about 500 metres from the stadium. I was supporting the Blackcaps ...
... surf. Paul even rode a wave next to one!
Speaking of cool animal sightings...Paul was hanging outside our house the other day and saw a koala wander out of the woods. The koala leisurely worked his way down our road and across the main street. Locals say it is not common to see koalas in the wild. Made Paul's day!
Thomas went on another fishing trip to New Zealand. This one was even better than his last trip. The ...
... it was only a 10 minute walk to the beach.
It was freezing, but we got used to that, we were very aware that there were sharks about too!
Spent a while in the sea jumping into waves, got hit by a bit one whilst taking a photo!
Had enough after a while and went to dry off on the beach.
The sea had made us hungry, so we ate the sandwiches we’d made earlier. Had also got some naughts and crosses crisps, so ended up having a game of that for a while.
... with great mojitos. At the end of dinner Saffy admitted that she was in massive pain and needed to go to A and E, so Suze and I set out on a mission to get Saffy to hospital, luckily the Byron Bay a and e is much less busy than any back home and Saff was seen nearly straight away. She was bandaged up and told to rest and keep her foot elevated, so off we went to Cheeky Monkey's bar. Cheeky Monkey's was absolutely rammed and filled with backpackers - perfect for us. ...