Planula B&B Retreat
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
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Travel Blogs from Byron Bay
... and refreshing and all of a sudden these local hippy drummers congregate around the rocks. I listened to their Jamaican beats and join in with their local sounds. I am in heaven! I get back to my hostel, take a warm shower after taking a dip in the beach at sunset and get ready to eat out. I ate Mexican food (burrito) and then headed to my hostel. I didn’t go out this night as I had a massive day the next.
It was Sunday morning. I got up and had ...
I arrived on a bit of a rainy day yesterday. The quickest way to walk to town from my accommodation was down Belongil Beach and Main Beach. Suits me. I wasn't in town long before a group of Hare Krishnas floated down the street chanting away. After a little nose around town, I stopped for lunch. The Hare Krishnas drifted by again, doing that same song. It's quite catchy, if slightly repetitive. They stopped further ahead. After ...
... experience which I am throughly glad I do not have to repeat. 12 hours stuck between two old snoring blokes is less than fun.
Upon arrival in Sydney, I found my way to the Jobson's to be greeted by Sarah, a lovely bacon sarnie and a double bed. A blissful 6 hour nap followed and in the evening it was great to catch up with Steve, Sophie and Nick. The two following days were a bit of a wash out, quite literally. So much for the famed Australian weather, it ...
... markets and a music festival. We hiked to a waterfall, got our auras read and went to a wildlife park where we pet kangaroos and held a koala. It was really special having them here.
My mom and dad arrive next week and my aunt and uncle will come for a few days also. Then before we know it, it will be time to start selling our bikes and surfboards and packing up for our trip home. I can't believe how time flies!
... from the path were really nice, you could see the next beach and the mountains in the background. Walked up for a while, then back down to the beach. Didn’t stop at the beach, just continued along and headed back up another hill, had to stop on benches a few times as it was so steep! Never stopped for long though, as whenever you stood still there would be ants on your feet biting you!
Were still really nice views whilst walking along, mostly of the sea now though.