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... on bin. Gotta love that guy. I've met all eight of my classmates and my three leaders, they're cool. The Stickles are our base leaders, I really like them and their four kids.
Places: Wow. This house is amazing! It's huge and very nice. It's probably a mansion and has a giant park for a garden where pineapples, lemons, mandarin oranges and many other fruits are growing. There is also a saltwater pool and tennis court. So, so much nicer than anything I imagined or expected. ...
... feathered friends were hanging around picnickers for anything they wanted to share.
The GPS took us through some back roads in Byron Bay and wow! Were we treated to some spectacular views.
Once we unloaded the car we headed into the main street. Boy was it busy! Lots of young folk, bare footed and barely dressed sauntering around. There is quite a buzz…..or are they ...
... hasn't heard of goon, it's wine in a bag which ranges in size from 1-5 litres. It's dirt cheap and tastes dirt cheap, but hey it's cheap. In Byron they have stopped selling any goon more than 2 litres, thank god, as we drank 2 and I almost died. However, Nicole's rule of whenever anyone drinks Hannah also has to drink really didn't help my situation. Was loads of fun though and I actually didn't think goon was too bad(!!). The next mornings check out though was a massive ...
... here longer and do either not much at all or quite a few bush walks in the hinterland. The wildlife is abundant and active, especially the local brush turkeys who appear to have special talents for getting into tents (and Tupperware containers with sugar I discovered). We saw large lizards, a family of kookaburras who were quite tame, and many other species of bird. The amenities were clean, the showers hot, the wifi works and the camp kitchen has everything you ...
... I definatley suggest googling it! We had about 2 hours too look around here and as I mentioned it is a very small place so we had a drink and a snack at a cafe followed by a mootch about in all the shops. We had been told that one thing you should buy was some cookies which have weed in and Mick had pointed out who was the best person to get it off. It was really funny working down the street becuse everyone was asking you if you wanted to buy stuff like it was totally natural, a ...