This is it, our final journal entry after 3 months travelling I fly home this afternoon, Tracy left a couple of hours ago and Pete leaves for New Zealand on Tuesday. I mentioned at the end of our last entry that Pete and Tracy were at Lake Ainsworth. After finishing on the internet I went and joined them only to find them swimming in a massive cup of tea! The lake was surrounded by tea plants which turned the lake dark brown, made it taste of tea and as it was a hot day the water was tea temperature. It was very bizarre! The next day we went to Byron bay which the Lonely planet describes as "Gods own land". Obviously God didnt have a car when he turned up as after driving through endless traffic jams we parked in a designated spot on the high street in line with all the other cars on the street. Apparantly though, in gods land it is illegal to park with your bonnet facing the kerb and so we received as parking fine from a traffic-devil-warden for not parking at the required angle. Photo evidence has been taken of the parking and the lack of any sign post around our car to tell us this - we are going to get matt on the case should they chase us back to england for their money!! Apart from all the traffic and people Byron bay was a nice little town with a great beach but again it wasnt a patch on the west coast beaches. Whilst in Byron we got to stand on the most easterly point of Oz which was quite interesting! After Byron we turned back to Sydney, taking in a few things we missed on the way up including an italian museum and a giant oyster. So that is it, we have had a great time, seen some truly amazing places and met loads of cool people. Not only that we have also been witness to the worst England cricket tour of all time - 3 months without a win against any oppostion, even state sides! It's been emotional.