Friday, April 01, 2005

Sydney to Byron Bay Day 2

The place I slept in last night was basically a giant cabin where we had dinner and a row of tiny bare rooms with a few bunk beds. The meal we had was delicious. For 8$ I got roast beef with potatoes and gravy. For dessert we I had sticky date and it was SO GOOD!

In the morning I got up and almost missed the bus. We went to the Warrumbungles National Park where we got to walk around for about an hour and saw lots of kangaroos and wallabies. We then had lunch in Narrabri and went to see the astonishing Sawn Rocks formation. Tres Cool. On the bus we watched Old School and finally made it to our hostel in Bingara. Everyone went horse back riding but I didnt really want to spend 38$ to sit ona horse so I stayed back and planned some more of my trip. The place we stayed in was actually a bar and there were giant dorm rooms in the back.

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