BreakFree Beaches Resort
Travel Blogs from Byron Bay
... which is a tad weird. Anyway pan hired we proceeded to cook ourselves a risotto which didn't turn out too badly and then had an early night. The next we headed to Nim Bin a small town about 2 hours from Byron Bay. The town is known for holiday a new age festival and heavily promotes the use of marijuana. We got there and perused the various marijuana and hippie style shops being offered "cookies" and ...
... to the girls and getting to know them, whilst the boys went body boarding for hours. After a solid 5 hours in the sun we all freshened up and headed to Aldi to buy dinner, both hen and I pointing out to each other that we'd never shopped here before! (First time for everything) we then went to the liquor store next door and chose some wine for the evening! Which turned into a huge disaster as the shopping bag broke and so did ...
Last night there was torrential rain keeping us awake most of the night. The heavy rain continued through the morning so we decided to keep dry enjoy chilling out in the apartment. Not knowing how to spend the day with it pouring with rain outside. All we knew was we had a long day ahead of us as we weren't catching the greyhound until 9.00pm. Amazed to see the rain stop for a brief moment midday, we took the opportunity to cycle into town to grab a bite to eat before the rain came ...
... Nick. The eight of us spent our days relaxing by the pool or the beach, and our nights frequenting the local clubs and bars, such as Cheeky Monkey's and Woody's. One of our days in this chilled resort saw us participating in our first proper surfing lesson. Back in Coffs, the girls had experienced one morning on the boards so I'm totally using this as my excuse for why they didn't end up quite as battered and bruised as I did! The instructors from Mojo Surf were patient ...
... cloud which was weird cos it was suddenly freezing. When the guy pulled the parachute, everything came in to focus and was deathly quiet in an eerie yet peaceful way. He allowed me to help him fly back down which you have to have some serious arm muscles for, so not sure how much I actually contributed. We went up to 14,000ft which is the highest you can go to without an oxygen mask and on the parachute back down you could see all the way to the Gold Coast which was awesome. The view ...
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