Cape View Guesthouse Byron Bay
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... We'll stay on some islands and booked a place on the Great Keppel Island. We decided to skip Fraser Island, a "must do" from the guidebook. It actually sounded not so great. It's a pretty place but the thing to do is rent a 4WD and drive all over the beach or join a huge tour of 4WDs. It's crazy expensive and you have to bring your own food or pay too much. We're opting for some other chill islands ...
... t like water in her face! Especially sea water! Well Esme tried it once but looked nothing like the graceful tanned surfer chicks you see here! Out of the Water Esme got! Glenn managed to catch a few waves, but said he did struggle with the board a bit and was rusty.
We had planned to stay just the 2 days in Byron but the weather was so good and we loved it so much we couldn't be bothered to leave. So we stayed another 2 nights.
Headed to a local ...
... hills. But as we walked further along towards the more rugged end we then saw the familiar green shrubs growing onto the beach and the iconic wooden posts creating an entrance to the beach. We couldn't help it, we had to sing the theme tune!
Altogether now..."You know we belong together....you and I forever and ever...no matter where you are....you're my guiding star" Ok that's enough of ...
... off accordingly to get some breakfast... Some Kellogg's cereal and milk from Aldi supermarket, as well as cans of tuna and microwaveable rice pots for lunch and dinner. Oh yes. I'm living the life of luxury, people. Tuna and rice... Who wants to eat at a Michelin star restaurant when you've got that waiting for you in the cupboard for dinner?!
First things first though, I need some new friends. My worst fear was that travelling the East ...
... to the local campsite just 15 minutes delightful walk down the beach. Expensive at $80 per night - the costs are going up. Good area for school work in the mornings but surprise surprise, wifi ****. Fantastic 50m outdoor swimming pool by the beach which we put to good use - puts Polkyth to shame. Planning to surf regularly but as usual there’s always a problem - surfers are like windsurfers - there’s always some reason why they’re not catching the perfect wave : ...