BreakFree Beaches Resort
Travel Blogs from Byron Bay
... place that suits what I'm looking for. On this occasion I didn't bother to even look up the hostel as the girl from Coffs Harbour would not stop raving about it. It sounded amazing the way she was bigging it up so who was I to question her opinion? At least I learned yet another lesson... To take everything other travellers say with a pinch of salt. After a wander round the little seaside town of Byron Bay and finally checking in I was soon to realise just how awful this hostel ...
... the weather as it had only just got nice. Our first day was spent mostly on the beach. We rented some bikes from the hostel and rode into town to get some lunch. Another good thing about the hostel was that it ran a free shuttle bus in and out of town. That night we went out with the people from our room and walked home along the beach where people were having massive bonfires. The stars ...
... used to this, she shouldn’t have started. Their house is fabulous as it is a home to them and a business that seems to run easily. Unfortunately, we didn’t catch up with Sam, next time promise. J & J give us loads of good advice on places to see on our journey and where to walk and adventure. We leave feeling so spoilt and a trifle guilty, it is wonderful to finally catch up with them.
Off to spend the night ...
... here. We head up the coast about 10km to Brunswick Heads, everyone recommends a visit (from work friends to a recent write up in Country Style) and it lived up to our expectations! First up is a visit to Fabulous Mrs Fox, as we potter around the treasures old and new! The shop is in an amazing Italianate building which was having a mural painted on the side as we visited. It wouldn't be like us to NOT visit every second hand and bric a brac ...
We arrived in Byron Bay after an overnight bus journey from Sydney. Thankfully we got two seats each and got to spread out. I slept for a lot of this journey which was nice as after so many bad buses and journeys I wasn't looking forward to this one! I'd heard about this town as a really hippy area, chilled out, slow paced and relaxed. They weren't wrong. Our hostel was fairly nice, little outdoor decking area, but the main attraction was the town itself. Really cute, ...
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