Byron Quarter Holiday Apartments
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Jenna and I dragged Darren and Ryan out of bed to drive us to the soul surfer surf shop to inquire about morning surf lessons. We were a little too eager as the shop wasn't even open so we reluctantly returned home and agreed maybe we should call first next time. The boys promptly returned to bed while Jenna went for a jog to the lighthouse and I venture outside for a band workout. After breakfast Darren, Jenna, Jord and I cruised downtown to check out the local wares. Ryan and ...
We had high hopes for Byron Bay. The home of Pete and George (Sapa Angels) we'd been seduced by enthusiastic tales of life in the slow lane, a bohemian mix of music and art: Woodstock with tall waves and surfboards. We'd set three nights - as long as we'd stayed anywhere - aside, for our Bay experience, and there was room for more if we wanted. A golf buggy with a death wish speedily showed us to our plot at Byron Bay Tourist Village. Situated at the town line, by ...
... and rolling around. A group of about 5 we saw.
October 4,5 & 6 was Labour weekend here and the noisy teens were out to party and party they did till 4.30am with the MUSIC. Slept till 7am and on it went again. Is this a sign I am getting old?????? We also started daylight saving time cos of course we were in NSW then.
Sara moved flats mid October and Travis's partner Orla was granted her working visa
... fish as we descend through the Cod Hole the locals barely take notice of us. Large nurse sharks weave in and out of the bommies, a few curious stingrays come to check us out. Even a few of the lesser seen residents are on hand today- a crayfish, a cuttlefish and even a jellyfish. But I'm feeling invisible in my umteen million layers, no stingers are getting me!!
... things I really like about Australian beach zoning - there is always a park in front of access to the beach.
It was a little chilly to plunge into the waves, so we went for a long stroll instead - yes, we walked almost the whole length of this large bay. At the southern end we came back to the path that leads into town, and we picked up a dozen raw oysters. Cool thing to do in Byron (Tip #5) - buy oysters and a bottle of C******nay and head up to the ...