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Two Days in Byron Bay

August 30, 2017

Byron Bay is one of the famous places for beautiful beaches, coastal walks, light house, beautiful scenery, surfing, scuba diving,  and an alternative lifestyle, and is one of the best places for the family holiday in the southeastern Australia of New South Wales. 

Getting to Byron Bay

Private Vehicle: Approx: 1.5 hrs

There was no legitimate plan to visit Byron Bay, but suddenly decided to go and had a text conversation with Ben dai,  where with us, Kamal dai made a decision to join us when we informed him about visiting Byron Bay. Had few Roti (Chapati) and tomato chutney around 9 Am with organic green tea ginger then headed to Byron Bay. We bought some stuff for our lunch and dinner for the day and night like Some fruits, Chapati, Tomatoes, onion, Carrots, garlic, some green vegetables, tea bags, some mix spices powder, Chicken mince, pastry etc.

After our long drive on the Pacific M1 highway, as we turned to Tyagarah Road following to Myocum Road, we all felt like driving somewhere in a part of Nepal on a  country side with clean air, greenery atmosphere and spectacular views which reminded us like somewhere in Nepal in places like Nagarkot or Dhulikhel where we could not go further without stopping taking some snaps. After refreshing few minute we keep moving forward where Ben dai was waiting on the side of the road in case we missed the destination and move further. We all were happy seeing each other after a long time. We headed up the Light house, a walk to the beach side where we were able to see dolphins in a group of more than 25, Whales with calves which was amazing. Ben dai explained a lot about the sea creatures, birds which made us much more adventurous and planned to have a kayak early morning, next day. We checked the weather early morning which was not suitable for paddling, as the wind was blowing continuously so we stopped but made a plan to discover the inner land Mullumbimby areas which were great for farming.

As per Ben dai Beth Bhauju plan, We headed up the Light house, a walk to the beach side where we were able to see dolphins in a group of more than 25, Whales with calves which was amazing. Ben dai explained a lot about the sea creatures, birds which made us much more adventurous and planned to have a kayak early morning, next day. We checked the weather early morning which was not suitable for paddling, as the wind was blowing continuously so we stopped but made a plan to discover the inner land Mullumbimby areas which were great for farming.

On the way back to home, Ben dai Beth bhauju took us to the cows’ farm where we saw milking cows and got 15 liters of fresh organic milk and drink straight away which is unbelievable, I am pretty sure you won’t like to drink the milk from supermarket once you try it. I was a bit greedy for the milk and I asked I would like to fill my water bottle with the milk saying drink and drive, Ben dai and Beth Bhauju could not stop laughing hearing drink and drive with the milk. They filled the milk in a glass bottle to preserve more rather than the plastic bottle which was really much appreciated for me. 

There are plenty places to enjoy around Byron Bay.

  • Coastal Walks
  • Possible to sight Whales and Dolphins
  • Beach playground
  • friendly organic foods
  • wildlife and national parks
  • light house
  • campgrounds on the  beach 
  • Kayaking on the beach etc

 

 

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