The Villas of Byron
How has this villa rated in the past?
- Airport Transportation
- Microwave in room
- Swimming pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Heated pool
TripAdvisor Reviews The Villas of Byron Byron Bay
Travel Blogs from Byron Bay
... pours it into a bottle and spills half of it down himself, he's absolutely bladdered. He continues to spit on the window beside him, the opposite side to us. Probably the most disgusting thing I've seen on a bus. Eventually the guy in front catches on too and asks him to stop. He then spits on the floor in the aisle beside me, so I also ask him to stop. Despite numerous attempts he still continues, less frequently but still ...
... to the guy you are diving with and in between his legs. At this point you're still not attached to him. That was making me a little nervous. You on two long foam black, one at either side of the plane and then 2 photographers crammed down the middle. I did think, if there's not seats left, should you really be getting in this plane! It seemed to take forever to get off the ground. The sky dive guys were having a laugh and a joke about one of them eating too much ...
... 10 in March and celebrated with three "mates." They watched the new Sponge Bob movie and then came back to our house to swim and have pizza and cake. Kirby turned 12 last week. He had a friend over to spend the night and got a hot rocks massage!
School is going well for all three. Paul has a neat group of friends and a cute girlfriend. He spent 5 days on a sailboat with others from his school. He LOVED it. He learned to ...
... sliders :) We did beautiful walks trying to find koalas and take beautiful pictures...the beach wasn't very impressive and it rained here a few times but all in all we still had an awesome time! This is where we met a few friends we'll keep in touch with :) Ronnie on her journey to find happiness...Claudia the kiwi haha...Jenna the Canadian and Gemma and the boys...the Brits in bondi!! Felt to sad saying goodbye... DD ...
Up early (for us) to catch the farmers market in Byron Bay. This was a very colourful sub tropical market with a very alternative lifestyle vibe. Mangoes, rainforest limes, passion fruit, tiny bananas and exotic nuts were the main produce. Nia tried a sugar cane juice whilst Helen & Chris had a locally grown coffee. Unfortunately ...