Aaron's at Byron
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... otherwise we might have just stayed put for the rest of our time in Australia. Jonah keeps telling me on this trip that he feels like I'm a bit of a hippie. Well in that case I could easily imagine myself living the hippie life in Byron. Byron was only a couple hour drive from Coolangata and we pulled into town just after lunch. The town did seem a bit busy busy but we were able to secure a spot for the campervan at a caravan park right in the middle of town ...
... from my water bottle and enjoyed the view....$25 for a sandwich was a little steep! I headed back to the hostel after an hour or so as it was time for my bus to Byron Bay. Only an hour down the road. My shortest Greyhound bus journey so far. I arrived around 5pm and checked in and was shown to my 4 bed dorm room. I was grunted hello to by 2 girls (I later found out they were Canadian) and was a little taken aback. I was used to a friendly welcome. However I quickly learned one ...
... some pictures and meeting northward travelers, I realized it's more of a nightclub type place (think Miami). Since I forgot to pack my 4-inch stilettos, I decided I wouldn't enjoy Surfer's Paradise much and opted to head straight to Bryon Bay. And it is there that I have found the amazing beaches in a VERY chilled-out atmosphere. Random history factoid- Byron was founded by a bunch of Bay Area hippies who were evading being drafted for the Vietnam ...
... didn't manage to get any photos of actual dolphins it was nice to see them again, and the whole trip was great fun :-) the constant supply of Timtams (Ozzie Penguins without the jokes) also gave us the energy we needed for the paddling!
... After a brief cycle the rain returned. We ducked into a fish and chip restaurant taking shelter from the rain. Unknown when the rain would stop we sat there in hope the rain would pass. After a 20 minute wait the rain stopped. We sat on the beach to enjoy the crashing waves and fierce sea. Lifeguards had closed the beach and advised too dangerous to swim. We looked up into the sky and were surprised to see the clouds clearing. Instantly there was blue sky. Even the sun could be ...