No more jungle!

The last week past so fast that I can't even remeber what the heck I did that time. We left the jungle on the 19th, and that's why I've been so off lately, had to move tent, pack and prepare. So much to pack, we had to pay $90 on the airport, even tho we had payed extra for more luggage already, because we had too much stuff.
I will miss Byron Bay and the jungle people so much, it was a family. We will come back for sure, but we won't see the same people then. We'll meet all people here in our new place Melbourne tho; we'll be staying for almost 10 months, people will come and go and this is the place everyone want to see! 
This was the smallest groupphoto ever haha, usually there are twice as much peeps as in this one, but everyone was at the beach. We went a last time to the beach also, but not to swim. 
We took of with the flight at 10 later that night and went straight to Melbourne! We came to Melbourne at 2 or something that night so we slept at the airport untill 5 or 6, then took a cab over to the place were we was going to sleep. Mike had fixed a place to couchsurf at, but we should meet him at 10 so we found a park and slept a bt more in a big swing haha. Everything sorted out and we went for some sightseeing!
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Rainbow Temple

Mike, me and some friends went to a place called Rainbow temple that is somewhere deep in the jungle. It's a place that's builed based on secred geometry and it's one person that has build on this for something like 40 years with help from visitors and friends. Still not finished, he's still upgrading it. 
This is the guy that build this place, his name is Guy. As I said, he has been building this for something like 40 years. 
And here's our friends that arranged this, Albert is a good friend to Guy and has been living here before for a year and helped buildning the place.
As I said...jungle. 
We sat there at that roof later at night and looked at all the stars, the sky is a bit different here from Sweden, more stars and more clusters of stars. 
They cooked some really good vegan food by night, over an open fire stove. It was cool to see and tasted so yummie!
Everyone was so musical so the morning was full of drumming, it was so cozy. There was a tunnel under that went under tha place full of glowworms. I didn't think they existed, but they do. They really do. But since this post became very long, I'll post it next time in another post! There's free wifi t the hostel now, so I'll try to be better at posting :)

Brian & Monique

Vi har varit hos våra vänner Brian och Monique ute i Central Coast ett par dagar. Micke bodde hos dem förra gången han var i Australen, sen kom dem och hälsade på oss i Sverige och nu är vi här och hälsar på dem. De bor nära till havet så vi har varit ute och fiskat yeeey :D
//we've been visiting our friends Brian & Monique over at central coast for the past couple of days. Mike was living at their place when he was in Australia last time, then they came visiting us in Sweden and now we are here visiting them. They're iving close to the ocean so we had to go fishing yeeey :D
Sooo lovely to see you guys again!! :)
I Australien fiskar man med kyckling.. 
//They're using chicken as beat here in Australia..