La Vista Byron Bay
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Today we took the bus to Byron Bay. "Some days of vaccation from the vaccation" Haha.
No actually the plan was to go to Noosa, but it's Eastern time so well yeah.. As usally we haven't planned anything in advance and everything is fullbooked. So 3 nights in Byron Bay, back to same awesome hostel ...
... morning. Unfortunately we weren't able to check in at 8 when we got here, and so are having to wait until 2 - 6 hours to kill!! Time is going fast though so it's all good. We spent the morning at the beach, and kept dozing off because we are so tired - it's boiling as well! Then after the beach, and after my bacon and egg sandwich (so the diet isn't going great for me, especially after all the cookies last night as well!) we came by the pool and now we're relaxing on ...
Namaste wonderful humans - welcome to the third blog post, live from a Greyhound bus to Hervey Bay. Before we talk about our chakras, let's go back to the beginning of our spiritual journey - Sydney. Sydney was the city we had been so excited for, just waiting for that token opera house/bridge photo that has plastered our newsfeeds for so long. We arrived at 8am after a 12 hour night bus and felt positively dire. Check in wasn't until 2, so ...
... I do now appreciate the finer things in life... Like not waking up with a killer hangover and then wasting a whole day lying in bed literally wishing you were dead. Ok, yes, I am guilty of this the odd day here and there... But I actually want to feel human most of time and go out, seeing and learning new things with my jazzy SLR camera, preferably whilst not being horrifically hungover. So... With all this in mind, I started as I meant to go on and all ...
... to meet an old friend of Rob’s. En route we stopped at Grafton - an inland town with apparently lots of historical significance. As we arrived the heavens opened again and we pulled into the campsite in drenching rain and decided we just couldn’t face putting the tent up in the downpour and booked into our first cabin. Eeh - it were absolute luxury! For £10 more than pitching a tent we had a clean dry cabin with cooking area, 2 bedrooms and bathroom, and a TV/DVD ...