Sunday, 15 January 2017

Enero 14 - 15 / January 14 - 15

Estos dias los pasamos casi todo el tiempo en la playa.  El Sabado 14 de Enero la temperatura subio a 36C mas la humedad.  Nos fuimos para la Playa Tallow, a unos kilometros de la Bahia Byron, una playa tranquila sin la misma cantidad de gente que va a la playa de la Bahia Byron.

A eso de las 12:10pm mas o menos vimos que los salvavidas estaban sacando a todo el mundo del mar.  Yo me fui de metido y como el que no se habia dado cuenta de nada y trate de entrar al mar e inmediatamente uno de los salvavidas me dijo que la playa estaba cerrada porque habia visto un tiburon a unos 300 metros de la playa al norte.  La playa iba a estar cerrada por unos 45 minutos o algo asi.

La playa la abrieron otra vez a la 1:00pm y no se vieron los tiburones.

En la tarde fuimos a un bazaar en la Bahia Byron y comimos alla… comimos comida de Bali para calentar antes de nuestro viaje a Indonesia.  Mientras comiamos vimos que habia una gente hablando algo de una araña… pues si, a un señor se le estaba subiendo una araña grandisima por la espalda y una señora se la quito de un manotazo, todavia no se si era venenosa o no!

En la noche manejamos hasta Ballina, el lugar donde encontramos el camping gratis para pasar la noche.  La temperatura no bajo en toda la noche, el calor fue infernal y pasamos una mala noche.  Marcela no durmio casi por el calor.  A eso de las 3:00am empezo una tempestad y mucha lluvia… es una de esas noches que uno quiere olvidar!

El Domingo 15 de Enero volvimos a la Playa Tallow pero el dia estaba muy feo; despues de un par de horas empezo a llover asi que nos fuimos para un mirador antes de ir al pueblo a tomar cerveza y a comer alitas de pollo.

Vamos a dormir en otro lugar hoy.  Encontramos un camping para pasar la noche y no nos cobraron!  Nos vamos a levantar a ver el amanecer en la Bahia Byron que es el primer lugar en Australia que ve la salida del sol.

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We spent most of these days by the beach.  On Saturday January 14 the temperature rose to 36C plus humidity so it was very hot.  We found Tallow Beach, a few kilometers from Byron Bay, a very secluded beach without the amount of people that Byron Bay beach gets.

At around 12:10pm or so we see that the life guards were asking everybody out of the water.  I tried to go in but they stopped me and told me that the beach was closed because they had sighted a shark just 300 meters away from the next beach.  The beach was going to be closed for 45 minutes or so.

The beach was reopened at 1:00pm and there were not signs of sharks around.

In the afternoon we went to the local market and had dinner there… we had Balinese food just to warm up for our trip to Indonesia.  When we were having dinner on the grass we heard some people talking about a spider… sure enough, there was a guy with a big spider on his back and a lady took it out with a slap, I still do not know if it was a venomous spider or not!

In the evening we drove down to Ballina, a place where we found a free rest area to spend the night.  The heat did not want to go away and the evening turned into a hell of a night.  Marcela could not sleep much because of the heat.  At around 3:00am there was heavy rain and thunderstom… it was a night to forget!

On Sunday January 15 we went back to Tallow Beach but the weather did not cooperate; after a couple of hours started raining so we left and went to a lookout before heading to town for chicken wings and a couple of beers.


We are sleeping in a different place tonight.  We found a campground to spend the night but they did not charge us!  We are going to walk up early in the morning to see the sunrise in Byron Bay as it is the first place that see the sun in Australia.

Araña (creo que es una Huntsman pero no estoy seguro), Bahia Byron, Australia
Sider (I believe it is a Huntsman but I am not sure), Byron Bay, Australia

Playa Tallow cerrada por tiburon, Bahia Byron, Australia
Tallow Beach closed due to shark, Byron Bay, Australia

Vista de Bahia Byron, Bahia Byron, Australia
View of Byron Bay, Byron Bay, Australia

Playa Tallow, Bahia Byron, Australia
Tallow Beach, Byron Bay, Australia

Playa de la Bahia Byron, Bahia Byron, Australia
Byron Bay Beach, Byron Bay, Australia

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