Byron Quarter Holiday Apartments
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Just got to Byron Bay and the forecast is 3 days of rain and storm. I'm finally having some bad luck with weather, it must be trying to prepare me for England. The hostel threw a talent show which was so cool, so many people went up and sang, some in Spanish, one with a diggereedoo (can't spell that), one played his guitar backwards, most people sang songs they'd written whilst travelling so yeah, right down my street. There ...
... less sightings of sharks around the Byron Bay area than in
Southern Byron Bay Drone Aerial
This year, far fewer whales and mammals are presenting at known
breeding ground Head of the Great Australian Bight (southern Australia). They
are not being sighted as usual from the viewing platforms and boardwalks. (See
link below for more information)
... to expect here and it was just crazy! At the driving range their were hundreds and I mean hundereds of wild kanagaroos and they were all sat chilling and grazing and hoping about all over the driving range. So you would basicaly wack the balls as hard as you could and see if you hit anything! Some of them were really close staring at you almost like daring you to try it was hilarious! I of course was rubbish and took up more ground than anything else and my technique was ...
... to look around the shops and then I went to physio. Not like my normal session I ended up having an arm massage and acupuncture! Weird but good. We got home and that night I made Ben do some candle light yoga with me! Hahaha oh the noises and cracks which were coming from him were hilarious. Pretty sure he nearly fell asleep at the end! Up fairly early again to go to Nimbin. This place has a reputation of a real hippy place. There was a festival in the 70s and ...
We're melting. Us poor Calgarians who have been in cool New Zealand for the past year just aren’t built to survive in this weather. And the scary thing is: it’s not even that hot! It’s been in the high 20s for the past week (thankfully not the mid-30s they’ve been having farther north, or the mid-40s inland) but the humidity makes it feel far, far hotter than the same temperature in ...