The Byron at Byron Resort & Spa
Travel Blogs from Byron Bay
... It's a bit on the large side. I may have got lost, trying to look for the gym by myself... It's a big, colourful city. Lots of bars and fancy clubs! Frozen Yoghurt joints at every street corner, people playing drums, beat boxing in the street, SHOPS, the biggest Imax Theatre in the world, Lion King Theatre and many many Asians.
Combine all of those things into a city, squeeze as many people in as you can, bump the prices of ordinary things up, throw ...
Friday brought a beautiful sunny start - couldn't have been better conditions for Charlotte, Ric, Beth and I to head out to Byron. Now, unlike previous excursions to Byron, and there have been a few, the sun stayed shining the whole day.
We drove to the light house and walked down to the most Easterly spot of Australia, along the way we could see a pod of dolphins swimming around the headland. While Charlotte and Ric ...
... was spent planning and booking for the next month. We were starting to get a bit concerned that it would be difficult to get into places with the upcoming school holidays but we managed to book almost a month ahead without too much trouble.
Mitchell had a pre-emptive feed at home before we headed out to a fabulous Thai dinner at Thai Lucy’s which had been recommended to Di during her pedicure.
It was ...
... a day to chill. We took the Happy Coach to Nimbin, a hippie village about 1h45 inland from Byron Bay. And trust me it was a hippie village. People were selling pot cookies on the streets!! hahaha Our visiit didn't last long, we spent most time in the bus but it was a really interesting village to visit for the "cultural" aspect :p