Waves Byron Bay
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... dreading had ended up being so simple! Despite our excitement, we were also a little sad to be losing him and as we put him up for sale so much sooner than we'd wanted to get rid of him, were facing the possibility of not having anywhere to stay! We managed to negotiate with Ema, the Italian guy buying the van from us, that we'd knock off a few hundred bucks and we'd keep him for a couple more weeks. We also managed to swap our flights around so that our ...
... got talking to a couple from Blythe, the lad was actually born in Leeds and had moved when he was younger to the north east. I'd actually seen him the day before with a Leeds United shirt on talking with a Geordie accent and remember thinking at the time it was a weird combination. After talking for a while we actually realised we had a mutual acquaintance. This big old world of ours is feeling smaller and smaller! We went out for a few drinks after the BBQ which was nice and ...
... over already!). And so the decision was made, we would spend another day and night finding out what Byron Bay had to offer. We awoke to our next day in Byron to a clear blue sky (despite the weather reports!). It was glorious, and even more beautiful in the sun than it had been magical in the rain. We decided that a day at the beach was in order and so we went and organised surf boards and boggie boards for the afternoon. We spent ...
... onto the tree kangaroos, the colours are amazing. They are a solitary creature and have dark orange, yellow colouring. The keeper tells is that the father, mother, son, aunt, and grandma are all there, they are fascinating. Further along we head to the ... a massive black bird with a bright blue head. We quickly head out for the next stop. We arrive at surfers paradise and quickly head out to explore and grab alcohol. It's Good Friday tomorrow and all bottle shops are ...
... for a homemade sauce to accompany my Fusilli today. Perhaps not my most creative culinary experiment but what was produced was a very pleasant spicy sausage and tomato pasta, garnished with crisp fresh spinach. Early night tonight in the greenhouse - greenhouse because it's sweltering again. You see when we don't plug the campervan in at a campsite, the air conditioning doesn't work and it is just a tad hotter. Frustrating? Yes. Sweaty? ...