Azabu Boutique Accommodation Byron Bay
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- Swimming pool
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... where we transferred to a courtesy shuttle that took us to our hostel in Bellingen. This turned out to be the perfect place to put our feet up and relax for a few days. It’s a sleepy, laid-back little town, full of new-age type places, health food stores, and trendy cafes. We did some running early in the mornings, browsed shops, and did lots of walking and even more relaxing in the shade on the ...
... were matching the songs being played to the titles on the bingo sheets. Once we learned the name of the game, we started winning some prizes. Jordan got on stage to belt out lyrics, and won himself a free beer and a cap. Sam filled her card with four corners and a line, winning herself a gift voucher to a shop in town, and also a matching cap to Jordan. We were all feeling pretty great about our success, so we chatted for a couple hours after the game, and then called it an early ...
... away a couple of afternoons indulging in the local Byron Bay brew, which is absolutely excellent - I may need to find an importer when I get home!
We also did some more coastal walks along the stunning coastline to the most easterly point of Australia's mainland, just great views the whole way, awesome, despite getting a little damp with the first rain from Marcia!
... huge bruise...from the crash not the because of a cat fight. Tuckered from the waves we walked across the street to our house where the girls continued their culinary prowess making a spaghetti and meatball dinner. Once the boys did the dishes we started a game of Wizard on our deck with the lighthouse bulb circling rhythmically above us. I think everyone sleep soundly completely exhausted from our jammed packed beach ...
Day 110 Sam came over before we had finished getting up this morning. Auntie Jane kindly let us borrow her car and he drove us and Ben (Yates) down the coast to Byron Bay. Byron is a small town that is a haven for people who want to surf or relax. It was a beautiful bright day and it had got very hot by the time we arrived at the lighthouse at Cape Byron, the most easterly point on the Australian mainland. There was a wonderful breeze blowing and, from the top of the cliffs, we had ...