It's day 109 of our our round-the-world trip, and we only got a couple of weeks left to make the most out of our temporal residence in Suffolk Park. It's been a glum spring the past few days. So as soon as the sun peeked through the gainsboro clouds, we jumped in our beat up, borrowed car dubbed Gumby and sped off.
After a month of driving in and out of Byron Bay, for the first time, Shervin took us to the lighthouse. And as you could see, that's where we took a snapshot of the next postcard for the The Postard Project. This lighthouse built in 1901, is Australia's most powerful. It sits on Cape Byron, the most easterly point of the country's mainland.
We intended to wait for the sunset, but called it a day when we felt our tummies rumble. Good that we did, for Gumby broke down while we were rolling down hill. We didn't have to be stuck late evening in the middle of bush nowhere, waiting for NRMA to rescue us (this totally deserves a separate post).
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