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Travel Blogs from Byron Bay
... was cool. The walk was very tiring and now my legs are like jelly. The hostel is nice but quite noisy. There is a piano and everyone seems to have musical talent as it is played throughout the day! We finished the night having Caesar salad for dinner, and chilli heat wave Doritos for pudding. Tomorrow we are off to surfers paradise aka Miami of Australia. We don't want to leave Byron just yet but off we go ...
... image as the water trickles over it
The beautiful sandy haired, caramel skinned guy strums on his guitar,
bringing delight both to the ears and eyes of those around him
Mothers hold their giggling babies hands as they totter through the sea,
pulling them up by the arms to raise them above an approaching wave
Lovers envelope their bodies ...
Sunday 4th May (Week 9)
First port of call GC? NO we bypassed it. We went before when Lizzie was with us and we didn't;t really want to go again. It's too loud and dare I say 'trashy".
We were looking forward to seeing South of the GC and what it had to offer. It didn't disappoint! Coolangatta, Cabarita, Cudgera, Hastings Point, Burleigh Heads and Tweed Heads all beautiful. ...
... was giving a big "fiesta" on Saturday night. Our choice: drive until we reach our own bed. We did it, but it was really long. We slept tight and we enjoyed that awesome party at Kathleen’s house! This was a great week :) xoxo
Picture are on my Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/ffreedoo/media _set?set=a.10152039138022831.1073741830 .668087830&type=1
... creams on before rushing back to the coach to leave at 9.45 and take a 3 hour bus journey to Byron Bay. Ainsley put the film 'Forgetting Sarah Marshall' on for us which passed the time.
On arrival to Byron Bay we stopped at the lighthouse for beautiful views of the sea and saw a pod of dolphins! The lighthouse was built in 1901 and is the most powerful light in Australia with a beam visible for 27 nautical miles (50km) and distinctive white flash every 15 seconds.