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... roommates. Six German 19 year old girls... Who I have seen everywhere since! Currently sat behind me on the bus. It's fairly isolating when they just talk in German the whole time but thankful I made a lot of friends outside the room here. Next was a short bus to surfers paradise for two nights. It's most comparable to magaloof or one of those scummy Spanish resorts and is a party town. Of course I arrived Holy Thursday and Good Friday so that put a dampner on my plans. ...
... and riding the wave, but I still need to learn how to catch the wave at the right time, with a strong enough paddling to be going fast enough. It's not exactly something that can be taught. I'll just have to do it more to pick it up.
Which I plan on doing... after my sunburn heals. Yep. There's a strong sun in Byron, and being out on the water for three hours, unable to reapply my sunscreen, has left me with a nasty burn up the back of my legs and lower back (we didn't wear ...
... where we caught a 5 dollar breakfast with an orange juice to cure the mild hangover. Easily the best eggs and bacon we'd had since leaving the UK! We then set away in Sheila heading for byron bay - an old fishing town that has gained a reputation as a hippy/surfer town. We arrive to soon find the weekend traffic slowed to almost standstill. Therefore we decided to book into a nearby campsite for tonight as we wouldn't be able to stay on the roadside like last night without a ...
... to read, made some fast friends, dressed up as everyone's favourite wizard ( and I don't mean Harry Potter) and won an award for excellent attitude, effort and achievement. He's been having formal drum lessons for the second half of the year and has played 2 gigs already. Learning to love the limelight he is.
And as Christmas approaches us again I still find myself yearning for crisp winter mornings and mugs of hot chocolate by a log fire. ...
... mums who we're marching all the way up! Felt very proud of ourselves after we'd done it though, and we passed the most eastern point in the whole of Australia! Tomorrow's update may be more interesting, as we plan to go surfing tomorrow! We also need to plan future antics, as we want to visit the Great Barrier Reef and be back before Christmas! Will let you all know, love Angharad ...
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