Rae's on Watego's
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... Harbour and they just so happened to be staying at this same hostel in Byron Bay. We called it a night kind of early as we were heading out the next morning to catch the sun rise at the most eastern point in Australia - and wow was this gorgeous! A walk through the town in the afternoon, a lesson from Cassi about how to make a bracelet and some drinks at night in the hostel ended out day in Byron. Continuing up the coast. Next stop - Surfers ...
... for what we are used to back home. The rest of the afternoon consisted of buying a 6 pack and drinking in a licenced area of the sidewalk. It was quite fantastic actually, a pint at the Irish bar were $11 and a six pack cost around $15 - gotta save some money!
I called it a fairly early night in hopes of waking up and not feeling hungover. The next morning was a 3 hour drive to Hervey Bay, to embark on our Fraser Island trip! But I'll have to make that a post on it's own.
Till then, lots of ...
... smells good'! Yep, they were right, the views were amazing, the weather glorious in the afternoon sun and the food was SO good!
As we packed up to have a walk down to the beach I said to Paulie I had to use the little girls room before we set off. So off I walked to the 'toilet block' only to find it was in fact an observatory!!! Easy mistake to make! The sign ...
... our way into town. Byron Bay is really buzzing; everyone is in swimwear and thongs (flip flops, don't get too excited!) and the vibe is very chilled out. It is pretty busy compared to other towns on the coast, but the atmosphere is really fun. We found a Quiksilver shop, where I got some swimming shorts (for the waterpark later this week) and a nice backpack. We also found an arts and crafts shop selling Aboriginial art, and bought a boomerang (we are in ...
... this! I think every city should have one! So there dozens of people out sunbathing and pretending they were at the beach. I should have been here when the boys were playing golf! Once again we ended up chatting over beers in a pub until it was time to head back for dinner, so the afternoon flew past. One of our last days with Tony was spent taking a day roady out to the Sunshine Coast. Once again, absolutely gorgeous, and loved it. We stopped for a huge walk at ...