Byron Bay Guest House
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... confident we floated our boards out to the waves and attempted to catch them ourselves. Catching the crest of the waves required perfect timing and lots of exhausting paddling. There was about 20 people in our lesson and because our instructors wanted to keep us close our patch of water was quite crowded. One particular girl who was still requiring a great deal of assistance from the instructors managed to completely run over me while attempting to ride a wave. Probably if it was me and ...
... I don’t think so) and even she was having second thoughts - so that’s good.
The whole town has refused to give in to developers (although it’s under a lot of pressure) and has retained an old town feel in terms of it’s buildings. No high rises, many lovely old original buildings and shop fronts, and no shopping malls at the centre.
The young hippy atmosphere was really fun for the girls and initially we really liked it although I can see why the ...
Hello NSW :)
We finally forced ourselves to leave Qld and head into NSW - the rain greeted us as we crossed the border but the scenery was amazing. We have decided that the people of NSW are totally spoilt for beautiful rivers, beaches, mountains and forests!! And no crocs!!!
We have had the weirdest weather with rain and thunderstorms at night followed by hot humid sunny days but we have loved the coastline and the small parts of the mountains that we have ...
Byron Bay.Hmmmm. How can I describe - backpacker heaven, surfies, buskers, dreadlocks, and new age philosophies. A bit of a mix! Spent our 2 days here strolling through the town, and people watching. Strolled through an arty market, and did a great walk along the beach, up to the ...
... they recently excavated from the sand.
The guys went fishing of the Island and bought back some big ling and gave them away to some locals we met in the pub at Lewick (main town). So Avril and I shopped. Or should I say Avril shopped. I bought 3 balls of 2pl extra fine wool to knit a shawl. So far with 902 stitches it takes me about 1 hr to do a row.
We took a local ferry to the Islands of Unst and Yell. Visited Nuness Castle that’s supposed to be ...