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Travel Blogs from Byron Bay
... hostel based on the discounted price.. this was a MISTAKE! We thought of it as more of a brothel... a guy bought a girl back to do the business in front of the rest of the 8-bed dorm then sent her packing! As for the room, concrete floor and painted walls, lets just say we learnt our lesson here - always check ratings online... We had some wine that evening and met a irish girl, a canadian girl and two americans and had a fun night!
... leads to a pathway over the cliffs to the most easterly point of the Australian mainland. The walk was excellent, scaling some strikingly beautiful cliffs and cutting through some moderately dense rainforest vegetation, in a manageable walk of no more than a couple of miles one way. Indeed, upon reaching the Far East (well, the Aussie version), we noticed a crowd looking out to sea. We asked them what ...
... place, and I didn't think it was that nice to be honest. We just stopped there to have a quick look around while we were passing by, and to get a picture with the famous 'Surfer's Paradise sign'. In the afternoon we drove to Nimbin, which is a well-known little hippie village about an hour inland from Byron Bay. Tracey had already warned me that there really isn't that much to see there, and that she's not sure why it has become so famous. She was ...
This was a much anticipated destination along our travels and from day 1 we knew that we would be spending a far bit of time there. We had plans of things to do with resting and relaxing being top of the list. Our only main worry was that our prior research had shown that Byron rains on average once every 3 days and with our fantastically unbelievable run with the weather (except for Sydney) the ...
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We checked into Byron Backpackers Inn and we were given a double bed, another luxury whilst backpacking. It was a very spacious hostel with a swimming pool, grass area with a volley ball net and little hammocks dotted around the place. It was in a great location, within a two second walk we were straight onto the beach. We booked to stay in Bryon for four nights as so many people had recommended this beautiful place.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking