The Villas of Byron
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- Airport Transportation
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Hot tub
- Refrigerator in room
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... too far out (1-2 days?) and so far it's worked for us. But it's the end of the tourist high season and we're approaching the Easter break, where lots of Aussies travel since the kids are out of school for a few weeks. Plus, the Byron Bay Blues Fest is coming up on Thursday and some people come early.
That's one of the bigger music festivals of the year here. It costs a crazy amount of money ...
... of our instructors. The hour and a half we were in the water went by ridiculously quick and before we knew it we were making our way back to the van, but not before taking a dip in the tea tree lake. Which was amazing, it was a black lake due to the tea-tree which made it feel like you were swimming in coca-cola or iced tea or as Rach pointed out like the lake in Harry Potter. It was 5.30pm by the time we got back to YHA, and we'd planned to walk to the lighthouse in time ...
... would have taken 1,500 years to reach us so pretty impressive stuff! After another slide show we then went back to the telescope to view Jupiter and its four moons.
We have been lucky enough back home to view Jupiter on a stargazing evening so this wasn't new to us but that is the beauty of astronomy, you just can't get sick of the what's out there! Saturn is next on our list to view but we may ...
... 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 :) ...
... poor sea conditions. Again, the weather returned to a rainy forecast and we headed back and indulged the WiFi for a while before heading out once more for another walk to further explore the area. We managed to spot the information centre and enquire about what Byron could offer other than surfing in the rain, where we discovered the weather had forced the night market to cancel. Yet she did inform us that a Sunday ...