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... er flink gediscucieerd wat de beste oplossing zou zijn......Shirley haar voorstel was uiteindelijk de geode.....zoals wel vaker :-)
Rond 4 uur was het eindelijk droog en zijn we voor een run geweest over het strand. Vandaag zagen we dat we meer creatief moeten zijn bij regen achtig weer.
De dag eindigt met mexicaans eten en eindelijk droogte.
Lot's of love/groetjes.
Shirley and Mark
... finish in a wave of heavenly white
The lighthouse that overlooks this beautiful scene - morning, noon and
night, giving onlookers the chance to let their mind wander back to childhood
and imagine the man living inside
The miniature snowballs of sand, handiwork of the crabs, that intricately
decorates its blank canvas
The proud penis that leads ...
The last two days of Bluesfest have melded into one fantastic memory. I spent most mornings wandering in search of new sounds. Talking to interesting people and eating wonderful food. I was amazed at how much attention my beard was getting. Many people commented or congratulated me.... I even had one bearded fellow go to his knees and cowtow chanting I'm not worthy, I'm not worthy. Yes some strange people here. I even had women come up to me and want to ...
... on the planet Mick Tessa getting up just a bit earlier to make sure I got to the airport with an hour or so to spare for the domestic flight. It was a quick flight of only an hour and fifteen minutes and I hopped onto the shuttle service at the airport that would drop me off within fifty feet of the house I was to spend the next five days at. The last text I got from Jason was, driveway on the right, Don Road, I surmised from google maps that he had meant Don Street and ...
... In the evening we went for a drink at the Byron Bay Brewing Co Bar and listened to a band for a while (Irish band consisting of a guitarist, vocalist, percussionist and violin). We then had some drinks at the Beach Hotel in town as we didn't need ID to get in! Nice bar though and it was busy. We even got to see a 50 year old dancing the Robot (she wasn't as good as Peter Crouch though....). Headed back to hostel then bed. Can afford a lie in tomorrow as we have a normal bus time! ...