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Travel Blogs from Byron Bay
... and I died laughing at this. So glad to get off that bus. I could tell from our hostel style and what little I had seen at night (and the fact that our shuttle driver was a Canadian who loved the town), that I'd really like Byron Bay. We had heard along the way that Byron was amazing but not for a specific reason, I guess just because of the feel of it. We went to bed as we are old and were exhausted. We were in a 5-ded dorm and had our first encounter ...
Narita, Japan, was incredible. I'm excited to return in the spring when it's warmer. It's a small city, with winding streets with a very pleasant feel. I arrived after dark, but walked to my hostel with children wandering home from martial arts lessons, so I felt safe. At dawn I went to visit the ancient Buddhist temple nearby, one of the only tourist attractions in the town, with a girl from my hostel. Again, there were children walking together with their ...
... need to start tanning my back! It's soo annoying not being able to out sun cream on my back! I had pasta for dinner which was surprisingly nice! I then used wifi for a bit, went and got some goon and started drinking and getting ready, it was good company there was the couple in my room, Kara and thaine, two Canadian girls Jess and Lesley who where also in my room and some friends of Kara and thaine ...
... was walking a fine line with her completely over the top comments and loud voice. We told a few porky pies to the security man to let the other girls join us. Thankfully he didn't think that having been in the queue for 4 hours the bag of ice Aileen was carrying would have melted so our fib about them 'nipping to the toilet' worked. Then it was just the task of smuggling in our bottles of vodka and Jaegermeister. For those of you who don't know, Rania is ...
... so we headed up into the hills for the day. I can see why the hippies liked it so much, the countryside is absolutely stunning. It reminded us a lot of the best of the English countryside actually - green rolling hills and winding roads. I was really wishing I had something a bit more interesting than a front wheel drive, hair-drier powered Hyundai! I'm sure Lou was very glad I didn't.
Having stopped off and had a walk at the Rocky Creek Dam, and driven through the ...
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