Byron Springs Guesthouse
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... alarm clock went off at 8, and shock, Jonny didn't move. To be fair, we were so tired and the weather wasn't great, but I was disappointed we didn't end up going. We did however, end up going back to sleep and didn't wake up until 1 - which proves how tired we really were. The Blue Mountains is supposed to be amazing, but considering how much we LOVE Australia, I'm sure there will be another opportunity for us to go. We went and picked up our itinerary from ...
... before and it hurt a fair amount, but I am so chuffed with the result. :-D We went to Nimbin! Nimbin is Australia's 'drug capital'... It's renowned for the marijuana growing, selling and smoking and it's crazy hippy vibe. It was like travelling back into the 70s and it definitely felt like a parallel universe away from bills, money worries and work stresses. These folk were completely in another world, and it was a real eye-opener. Polly and I met ...
... well as a 5mm vest/hood. The water's a balmy 19 celcius- what have I got myself into? Now yes, I am Canadian, and yes we have cold water but I'm a suck and I don't like diving in cold water. Hence the reason most of my prior diving has been in tropical regions!! We jump in and after about 5 minutes I'm too distracted to notice the cold. This is not the place to be if you have a ...
... 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!
We made a hearty breakfast of porridge to keep us energised for the day and then we walked to the surf shop for our 9.30 lesson. Carrying the surf boards was tough but we made it down to the beach. The instructor first of all did lots of exercises to get us ready and then we were given a safety briefing and practised getting up on the board on the sand. On the beach it appeared very simple but obviously in the sea it's a lot harder trying to balance. ...