Bye Yamba!

My first two weeks in Australia are coming to an end and they were relaxingly spent in Yamba, NSW.

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Yamba is a small town and I didn’t get up to a whole lot while I was there. I did really enjoy staying in Anne & Paul’s beautiful house, exploring the locals parks, beaches & lake with Molly and faking a real adult life by cooking for myself. A few highlights from my time in Yamba:

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Walking Miss Molly along Yamba’s dog-friendly beach

 

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Spotting kangaroos at the golf course! There were tons of them but this Kanga & Roo were my favourite.

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Pelicans on the waterfront! Hilarious creatures and one of many cool birds that call Australia home.

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The famous Yamba prawns! Delicious fresh seafood was definitely a plus. 

 

 

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Snuggle time with Molly after dinner 🙂 

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The Clarence River Market – lots of people, crafts & food! 

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Walking along the Yamba coast – beautiful! 

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Tomorrow morning, Anne is giving me a lift to the Ballina Airport where I will catch a flight to Sydney! I’m really excited to explore Sydney, walk along the beaches, see the Opera House & Harbour Bridge and spot Prince Harry, who will be in Sydney on Saturday! Bye Yamba! 

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