Lord Byron Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Well the NZ was a forgone conclusion and lacked any surprise at all for us really. We stayed with Carol and Grace Sat and Sun nites at Runaway Bay. Carol worked Saturday nite so we went for a walk on Sunday for awhile and I cooked a fish dinner.
Don’t let anyone tell you that Wellington is the only place with wind. Since we have been back wherever we have been we have had wind and lots of it., bar two days.
On the Monday we ...
... Avril of course.
Sunday 17th we flew back to London again. Toured around and had dinner out. Mon we walked the Millenium Bridge, visited Liberties, shopped in Oxford Street and had an amazing lunch(must stop using that work) at Sushi Samba,on 37th floor of some tower with a full view of London and its surrounds.
Tues went to the Tate Modern as hadn’t been before and it was 3min from the hote l(not impressed really) . Onto Victoria and ...
... so many friends in this amazing place called Byron Bay. Too many to even mention everybody personally. Every night, there'd be someone new, someone just as eager as you to have a bit of fun and relax. We spent many an evening listening to the gentle strumming of a ukulele, with quite a few crude songs to go with it. We spent an amazing night with a big group of people down on the beach, with a bonfire, marshmallows, wine and of course, good conversation and laughter. It was ...
... their dogs and have a chat. Others were polar opposites! I had a chuckle at times.It was incredible to see every size dog from tiny chiwawa through to HUGE St Bernard's!
Headed north just before lunch ( after a quick stop at the shops-ugh) and stopped at Lennox Heads to catch up on the beach with a teaching friend from Barandudua- long way from our last cuppa's ...
... to come and meet the group of ladies with all the different accents. We literally shut the place down (at midnight). I was also informed of yet another thing that can kill me in Australia. The horrific Drop Bear. It looks like a koala, but will wait until a person, and preferably a tourist is in the area. The Drop Bear will then leap down on its victim and attack. The Drop Bear is also the only natural predator of sharks in the area. Look up. Stay ...