Heavy photo post ahead.
Sorry it's been so long since I've been here I can't quite believe a week has almost gone.
I think I may have missed out a photo for Saturday, I'm not quite sure what we did oh yes I
remember we did the housework so not many photo worthy moments that day.
But I do have lots of photos to share of our little getaway so hopefully that makes up for the missing Saturday photo. The four of us + Molly loaded the car with all our things and made the drive down south to Byron Bay. We found a home among the hills a short drive south of Byron, with views to the ocean, cows and horses as our neighbours, just tucked away from the road. When we drove up the driveway we couldn't quite believe we had such stunning views all to ourselves. Over the next couple of days we explored Broken Heads beach, Lennox Head, Ballina, Newrybar, Bangalow and Brunswick Heads. We saw whales and visited lighthouses. We walked the beach as the sun set when the sand was as cold as ice. We sat by the beach by park light and had fish and chips entertained by a fire performer. We ate at different places and now love raw pizza, I might just need to buy myself a dehydrator.. It really was a great time, time to be together, time to try new things, to visit and explore new places and to leave the routine of home life behind.
Our first beach walk, brrr it was cold.
It doesn't matter that it was cold, she still waded in the water.
Our first sunset.
She needed new shoes and fell in love with these sparkly ones bonus for me is that they were on sale.
Walking down to to the edge but not too close, Lennox Head.
Looking down towards Ballina.
We visited where the make Thursday Plantation products and brought a few home with us.
My cow friend.
Sunset Byron Bay.
Byron Bay lighthouse.
Sunset Byron Bay.
Sunrise this morning, then I jumped back into bed.
Some new reading material which I haven't sat down to read yet.
Brunswick Heads, such a lovely beach spot that we could all enjoy.
I have to say this was one of my favourite holidays, I am so glad that things fell into place.
Winter in Australia is just perfect.