Travel Blogs from Byron Bay
This morning we took a minibus from Brisbane to Byron Bay, a small well known seaside town in New South Wales. Alex has played a blinder with the accommodation here. We're sharing a 2 bedroom apartment with a kitchen, living room and balcony. There's also a large communal ...
... most spectacular thing. The kangaroo enclosure. You walk into the massive grounds and they are everywhere. The bigger red kangaroos, most are just lazing about in the sun. To the extent that you can pose, stroke even a small train passes through the enclose use and a red one doesn't bat an eyelid. When they hop it's like they have arthritis, the front laws move but the back as in slow motion. Apparently this is normal. Over with the grey kangaroos (which are ...
... experience I have ever
had in my life and it gives you the adrenaline rush you only imagine of
having. I ordered some pictures and a video,
which I will post along with this blog entry, so you will see my ridiculous (in
the moment) facial expressions. It was
worth it, no doubt. If you are
interested at all about jumping, DO IT!
You won’t regret it.
Thanks for reading!
Absolutely love Byron! We got there late afternoon, and went for a wonder round the shops to the beach & to Aldi for a spot of food shopping. E cooked a thai curry but cheated and brought the jar sauce so it was rank, slacking! Had an early night as we were still recovering from the night before! Even had a lie in and a very relaxing day at the beach, even did some shopping-purchased quite a ...
... soo many nice things and there's nice bracelets everywhere, I found a really nice anklet that I might have to buy before I leave byron! Then went back to the hostel to have lunch, it was really overcast all morning and even rained for a little, but at about half 3 the sun decided to make an appearance so I went go sunbathe and found a nice little spot on the grass just up from the beach, I'd ...