Byron Central Apartments
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... from my necklace. Worth the headache.
For the rest of the day we were a little bummed we had to leave Byron. It was a beautiful little town. It's so small that when we tried to extend another night at any of the hostels, we were out of luck because they were completely booked up. A popular weekend spot. We relaxed on the beach for the afternoon and enjoyed looking at the mountains in the distance. Every beach has it's own unique vibe and surroundings - so I'm still not sick ...
Byron Bay, hippy central was our next stop. We had a stroke of luck as we entered the town finding a perfect camping ground to reside for a few days. It had a camp kitchen, hot showers and was just at the start of the main street with the beach behind.
We were greeted with glorious weather so after claiming a great camp spot under trees and on the edge of a disused train line we set off to start ...
... to say I'm impressed The day program started with a guided tour through the garden, where we saw all the sculptures and the lady told us a bit about there significant and for what they are for! Every program was about crystals, music and spiritual stuff I had a perfect day, was totally relaxed and it meant a lot for me In the evening diana and I met again and we went for dinner, which was sponsored by her ...
... tour to the Whitsundays and a bus travel pass to Cairns for a grand total of 1200$ (Travelling in Australia is quite expensive). At least, all the major parts of my trip were settled. I checked the weather for the next week and it was basically raining everyday in Byron Bay, so I decided to leave the next morning with a heavy heart. Byron Bay is such a nice place to relax. I would have loved spending a few more days ...
... is settled in mountain and Forrest and we found the hostel on the outskirts of town overlooking some of the amazing scenery. The staff here move slower and have to be reminded what their doing gently. They pointed towards a gazebo, if you wanted to become slow too. There's a pool, TV room and small car park for the van but no power. Its dirty but social and in any case we were there for the scenery, which was gorgeous and reminded us of Northern Vietnam. ...