Travel Blogs from Byron Bay
... image as the water trickles over it
The beautiful sandy haired, caramel skinned guy strums on his guitar,
bringing delight both to the ears and eyes of those around him
Mothers hold their giggling babies hands as they totter through the sea,
pulling them up by the arms to raise them above an approaching wave
Lovers envelope their bodies ...
... music. Amazing young musician he was very talented. I couldn't help think how well Becky would do here.
It's cold tonight and all the locals are complaining. It's a cold snap" they say. Hope so!
Up early for a walk on the beach and then a drive to Bangalow. A fantastic drive into the country and a beautiful exclusive little town. Well worth a visit if you're in ...
... what to do....always comforting to see them in action?! After nursing her better she went off in the ambulance and all was well. Vicky doing very good work once again! A little lunch before hitting the road for another hour or so over to Byron bay. This was to be our stop for the next two nights, and more importantly the stop for our next height adventure as we prepared for the skydive on ...
... that shark was far away.... That night was our last night together so we went to a really cute restaurant attached to Aquarius backpackers hostel. The food was good and there was live music and pretty trees and lighting...very romantic hehehe. Claire then went to bed after having 3 hours of sleep the night before with an early bus to catch the next morning and the 3 of us went and had frozen yogurt (not as goos as Yeh! yogurt fellow montrealers). I then ...