Anna's Byron Bay
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... our way into town. Byron Bay is really buzzing; everyone is in swimwear and thongs (flip flops, don't get too excited!) and the vibe is very chilled out. It is pretty busy compared to other towns on the coast, but the atmosphere is really fun. We found a Quiksilver shop, where I got some swimming shorts (for the waterpark later this week) and a nice backpack. We also found an arts and crafts shop selling Aboriginial art, and bought a boomerang (we are in ...
Was it worth it ? Yes ..... We had 360 deg views at the top. It was 1100m up (not sure how much above sea level) and since it is smack bang in the middle of an ancient volcano, lots of national parks, beautiful valleys and fertile country below. Clouds seemed so close, and even though it was hazy, we could just see the high rises at Surfers Paradise. We spent a good hour at the top just sitting and looking at the view. It wasn't ...
... finally found a car park, we then saw heaps of homeless people hanging around so we didn't stay long in case we lost stuff off the roof rack of the car. So not a great experience really. In contrast Suffolk Park seemed to have that relaxing atmosphere, people meditating on the beach, the coffee shops were chockers and there were no major chain stores. So we were more than happy just to stay there for a day or two and skip ...
... for dinner on our way back to the hostel after a really nice day in a really nice place.
Byron Bay (04/10)
Everyone likes public holidays right? Wrong! Not us. It’s currently the last weekend of the school summer holidays and also a long weekend due to Labour Day. The result of this is that everywhere nice is full of Aussies. This was the case here in Byron Bay meaning that there was literally ...
... and the site was amazing.Then we went to the ANZAC memorial opposite Hyde Park, then back for dinner near the hotel. Sun we went back to the chapel Kath and John got married at, we attended the wedding way back when, on the Paul Getty Estate .had a cuppa at a place called Newlands Corner where we could view the South Downs just as the sun was going down. A beautiful spot.
Monday we went to Guildford with its cobbled streets, olde castles, museums etc and then I cooked dinner ...