Abbiente House & Cottages - Byron Bay Hinterland
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- Pets allowed
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... I was glad when that was over as doing burpees in the sand is difficult. Next we arranged ourselves across the sand beside our boards. We learned how to climb on the board and the correct technique for standing up. I was feeling pretty confident as my technique in the sand was flawless. But once in the water it was a whole different ball game. Despite the overcast sky once immersed it was quite comfortable in the water...plus there was way more to focus on than feeling cold. ...
6th - 19th Dec NSW coast
Byron Bay - known as a mecca for backpackers, and the week we were there was also “schoolies week” ie the week all the year 11s finish their final year exams and PARTY. The place was therefore packed full of trendy young things, all looking a bit groovy grungy, all seriously beaching, posing, posturing, drinking, admiring, smoking, talking animatedly, high fiving and generally eyeing each other up. You wouldn’t want to sit down ...
... were checking out today. We then went to Nomads and it was heaven. It had obviously been recently renovated as it was clean and tidy and just like being in a hotel.
We did the lighthouse walk and just generally chilled out in Byron. We also had a really good room full of fun and party people so we spent our nights partying it up. We did a day tour to a place called Nimbin, which is a ...
... two examples of this were some signs I saw "Recycle or DIE" and "Cheer up or clear out". Not really in theme with the whole "feel good" theme of the area. We didn't really do shops but it had all the majors there but I did not see one art gallery or craft shop. I wasn't expecting Happy Herb shops (Nimbin isn't that far away ! ) but we didn't even see anything like that either. And on the one occasion we did go into ...
... to handle but trained well and it went without a hitch.
Went back to Glencoe in the misty rain and I felt very at home as though I had been there before in a previous life. Felt like that last time we went also. Entered a lot of castles and stately homes (a round tower home). Visited Viking houses and a 17th century Mead Path Tower in The Shetlands. Some of the Viking houses were amazing and very much intact a lot like Skara Brae in the Orkneys.