Unfortunately todays memory is related with the old drink yet again. I know ill regret all this alocohol one day soon. Infact I do often regret it when I have a killer hangover (like today!).
During the winter months in Byron Bay, the town is greeted with the sighting of some of the most amazing mammals and their wee babies :). Hump Back Whales.
Ever since I heard the mummies and their new born babies, (not forgetting the daddies) were all moving north I was dying to see them!
Today I have my 6th memory of Byron to share with you guys .
Each day for my final week in Byron Bay, before I head up to East Coast, I’m thinking of all the random stuff I’ve been up to during my days (and nights!) in this beautiful town…
Skinny Dipping was the thought of the day yesterday… today unfortunately the topic of conversation is still on the subject of nudity!!
Maybe I’m the only person who was under the false impression that Australia was forever a warm country.
Long hot summer days of beautiful sunshine, warm ocean waters, heat radiating off miles of sand on the glorious beaches, and endless days of wearing your favourite shorts and bikinis!
The first day I graced the streets of Byron Bay was way back in mid February, Valentine’s Day to be precise… the day of love and all that!! I always remember the sun was beaming down as we rocked up in our wee van that had been our home for the past few months. ‘Reggae Got Soul’ from the Surf’s Up album was beaming through the speakers… and I felt so happy.
You may be wondering why I have failed to mention any of the night life in the campsite area at Bluesfest. I personally think you can’t really attend a festival and experience the full festival atmosphere without doing the whole campsite living for the entire event.
I didn’t have that many expectations for Day 4 to be honest. A few acts were ticked off the list to check out, but nothing got me overly excited as other days. However… it turned out to be one of the best days! I love it when that happens!