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... sun facing the wind. I
closed my eyes and felt all the sensations of the beach and my music
in my ears. I was consciously aware of how calm and comfortable I
was. I did not even notice I was standing. Everything was just sun
Jazmyn and Olly woke up and we packed our things. The Surfers
Paradise Market was almost completely set up, so we went to check it
out. It was full of an interesting mix of vendors. You had nougat and
... cakes to drive with as well. We arrived at camp at about 4:00 pm. We set up and then Riley and I rode our bikes. Tonight was our first night camping in New South Wales on the trip. When Riley and I were riding our bikes I crashed and hurt my ...
Monday Today we had planned to walk up to the lighthouse in Byron. Apparently it's about a 50 minute walk but the views are amazing. Unfortunately the weather was against us. It was absolutely chucking it down all night and was still going strong this morning. We drove down and set off but it just clouded over and the heavens opened. We decided that getting soaked was just silly because we'd be cold after and it's not like it's easy for us to get showered and warm up at ...
... Drive Carpark. This rainforest walk descends to Curtis Falls and along Cedar Creek. Secondly, Jenyns Circuit. 4.5km moderate grade walk starting from Palm Grove Avenue. There were many animals on the walk including tree goannas, kangaroos, earthworms and wild ...
... had misplaced their children in the crowds. On our way back towards the beach, we walked past some squad members of the United Arab Emirates football team in Australia ahead of January's Asian Cup. Setting out our pitch on the sand, we settled down to wait for the main event. We even fashioned ourselves chairs out of the sand. As we got closer and closer to midnight, the sand was thronged by more and more people, creating a scene pulsating good cheer ...