A Beach House at Byron
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... easternmost point but did not venture right down to the promontory as the climb back seemed daunting. The area is very interesting and there were many others looking around the place.
From there we drove along the coast towards Ballina. We stopped at Lennox Heads which was an interesting spot. The beach was sandy and inviting and the surf very fierce. The cliff at the end of the Heads was formidable but there was still a good area for ...
... This morning it was still looking pretty grey so I headed out to look around the town. The vibe here is so nice & laid back. Everyones mode of transport is a skateboard, clothing is optional, and walking down the street singing to yourself or playing a ukulele is completely normal. The shops are very cute, hippie and very spiritual- Mum would like it a lot, but it's a good job i'm living out ofa backpack cause i'd be spending all my money shopping ...
... got talking to an English guy named Marco (he's half Italian) who is a ski coach and used to ski for GB. He now splits his time between Australia and Italy coaching young skiers. During our chat I realised that no matter which sport you coach, you face the same problems but also gain the same rewards. I didn't think there'd be any similarities between football and slalom skiing but turns out there are a few. The next morning I got up and made some breakfast and decided ...
... scenery of Byron beach! After a couple of minutes we landed safely on the grass...I wanted to go again immediately! I didn’t need much persuasion to buy the DVD!!
Back in Byron I met up with Keri the yorkshire girl from Noosa as she is now living/working there. We are staying at different hostels but we arranged to meet up the next day to do the 5k walk up to the lighthouse. However our day started off with a bad ...
... but they have to pay for it).
We make it out to a busy bar for dinner, live acoustic blues music wails from the stage and the fish and chips are pretty good. After a few hours we stroll back for our last nights sleep as tomorrow we're up early to drive 5 hours on to Coffs Harbour and soon we'll be in Sydney to complete the round trip. The weeks roll on quickly, but we're not complaining!