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... people watching from the balcony of the Beach Hotel.
Byron Bay is certainly a tourist Mecca. People of all ages and nationalities strolled past us and enjoyed the beach and surrounds. Cars were constant, crawling along the streets, ready to stop for the many pedestrians swarming along the streets..
After a walk along the main streets to choose a restaurant for the night we ascended to The Balcony Bar for a glass of white wine and had ...
Peace Love Happiness Yes we are in Byron now the Hippie capital of Australia ;) We arrived here on Sunday evening searched for a hostel and are now staying at the Aquarius hostel. It's really cool here everybody is relaxed has a amazing style and the beaches are great too! On our second day we went out and went into a bar called Woodys'. The interior is great with surfboards and really laid back. Today ...
... some fella dancing with sticks outside Woolworths. The place is like something out of a film, to the point I was unsure how much I would like it but as is my new motto in life is if in doubt take 5, have a beer and reassess, so we did, found a little cafe grabbed some lunch and watched the world go by. We then headed down the beach which I must say credit were credit is due was lovely, the water was shallow and warm, the waves were ...
... for 3 days and 3 nights so I tried not to dwell on it too much!
In total I stayed in Byron Bay 8 days which seems like a long time but it went so fast! I used these days to chill out on the beach and top up my tan. I made a really good group of friends and was actually quite sad to leave there especially since I was going to surf camp and wasn’t sure what to expect anymore.
Back on the bus for the 5 hour journey down to Spot X! ...
Today we drove up to Byron Bay Lighthouse (the most easterly point in mainland Australia) with Emma and Maeve. As we parked the rain started but, fortunately, it soon cleared and we began the walk down along the cliff. To the left there were dolphins jumping from the waves and to the right, supposedly, whales. When we reached half way we decided to split up - me, Emma ...