Apartments Inn, Byron Bay
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... cookies. It was all just very bizarre and I won't be heading back in a hurry. After an absolutely incredible week in my second hostel in Byron Bay, it was unfortunately time to move onto the next destination. As easy as it would be to stay here, I knew I needed to get moving. Virginie and I parted ways only very briefly as we went on our respective buses up the coast to Surfers Paradise. Making a statement in Byron that I was never ever drinking again, I was completely ready to start ...
... some wifi stuff before heading to the bus stop to meet the surf group.
We met our surf group and headed for the beach where we were given wet suits and a quick lesson before heading out into the water. The conditions weren't the greatest for surfing never mind learning to surf. It was very low tide and the waves were breaking too close to the beach and too close to each other. Even the guides were having ...
... s in Byron are a surf lesson (I already know that I prefer it as a spectator sport), a trip to Nimbin and a walk to the lighthouse- the most easterly point in Australia. The next day, me and a couple of guys from my hostel ( who I'd also stalked down the coast) rented some bicycles and made our way to the lighthouse. I think the bikes had been well loved and really felt like they were going to fall apart at any moment. We took them as far as the boardwalk and then we ...
... to get spreadsheets finished at 8.30 at night and he’s telling you antics of his times managing Mr Blobby back in the UK). Anywho, this is the time to be praising my fellow pommie, as after din-dins he escorts us to the artist dressing rooms where some of the girls squeal and giggle as they lay on the couch that John Mayer himself might lay on at some point in the next five days. He takes us backstage of the two main stages ...
... explore everything around us. The majority of the people in Byron Bay were international travelers and Aussie hippies. Several people had dreads, tattoos, long skirts, and piercings. We explored all of the gift stores and walked on the beach for a bit. We could see the lighthouse from where we were, which gave us our plans for the next day. We planned to get up before sunrise and hike up to the lighthouse. Before heading back to our hostel ...