La Vista Byron Bay
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... a small beach town. We were entertained the entire drive by our instructor's Jack Russell who scampered between passengers for pets and time on our laps. Once in Lennox Head our instructor let the dog off as he loved to race the bus. He ran at an astonishing speed to arrive first at our sandy parking spot. We helped removed the boards from the trailer and then carried over the sand dunes to the beach. Two more instructors met us one particularly svelte one leading us in several warm ...
... were lots of good stalls, and Dev treated herself to a nice necklace, and I bought her some hummingbird earrings :) we also shared a box of Gyoza dumplings which were delicious! We were still a little hungry so got a pizza from Dominos to share (works out as about £3.50 for a medium pizza, wish it was that cheap in the UK!) Great day in Byron Bay today. We're now resting in a cosy room with a good fan (thank god!) Tomorrow our next stop is Coolangatta :) ...
... That just topped everything off, in the morning we were out of there. We tried to catch it, but I was too scared to get to near it in case it flew at me. So we slept with the sheet over and wrapped around our bodies, like a mummy – I did not want to wake up with anything crawling over me!
In the morning we were out of there, we were meant to stay for 4 nights there, but we lied and ...
... Did some research in the car along the way, rejected some spots as we drove through them, and ended up just south of Byron Bay at a "village" called Suffolk Park. Now I had some preconcieved ideas about the Byron culture. I expected it to be relaxed. Arty. Environmentally conscious. Touristy, but not like the Gold Coast. These are my PERSONAL opinions now. Dirty. Crowded, especially traffic wise ! OMG the traffic ! ...
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We had some fabulous accommodation all organised by Nigel. We did a lot of things we have done before for varying reasons like the Falkirk wheel( we only managed half the trip with the boys in 2006 cos of time), Rosslyn Chapel (as it had scaffolding on it last time) we did again The most amazing thing we saw this time was The Kelpies. Metal statues of horses heads about 50 mtrs tall. Another amazing thing for me was the falconry, so many birds and ...