I can't believe it has already been 2 weeks, the time is just flying by.
After waking up late again at Adams, I slowly made my way out the house and rejoined the boys once more meeting them at the beach. We were all hungry once we met up and thus we set out on the hunt for some food.
And on that note I move onto Steve's Traveling Tip #1. "If something is to good to be true, it probably is."
Upon finding a restaurant and sitting down, we found something on the menu called the business lunch in which it appeared to serve, hamburgers, kebabs, chicken and more all for the measly price of 69 shekel.
Thinking we would never be able to finish it all and that it was such a bargain, we ordered 2 between us so we could share. When the salads and bread rolls arrived, we pushed them aside knowing our foods were all on their way.
Once the chicken arrived we devoured those quickly, looking forward to our burgers and kebabs. It was at that point it dawned on us that maybe we had to make a choice as to which main we wanted. After reviewing the menu and finding nothing that suggested that, we waited around for our next course. This was right about until the waitress asked if we would like the bill. With that, we all looked at each other, pissed ourselves laughing and dived right back into our salads and breadrolls.
From there we made our way onto the beach for a nice chill on our towels and swim in the water. At about 6ish, we decided it was time to head off, running into Matt and JJ from Melbourne and having a good chat with them.
I then went home to Adam and Gav and Azza went to Gavs sister for a shower, change and chill before dinner. We all met up much later at a restaurant downtown for some amazing Schnitzel Sandwiches. After eating for over an hour and knowing we had to be up early to go up north, we called it a night and headed home.