"You can observe a lot just by watching"
Byron Bay looks something special. I guess chilli sauce on the beach would be even more special, especially in that sunshine ... phew
I never get sick of Byron,and I'm not even a beach person.In fact I have never had a swim in the ocean around Byron.I just like walking on the beach and watching the surf roll in.I'll be next down there on Good Friday (by myself) to attend Bluesfest,to see Crosby,Stills and Nash and Buddy Guy.Then I'll be driving down again Easter Monday (this time with my youngest son) to see John Fogerty,YES and Zappa's son play his songs.Last year when I went down to see Bob Dylan it poured down,but at least it's under huge tents.This Saturday I'm going to see Lenny Kravits,The Cranberries and Wolfmother play outdoors in Brisbane,but it's been raining all week and the forecast doesn't look that good,so I don't think I'll be buying any more outdoor tickets in future.Nothing's much worse than paying $180 to sit in the pouring rain.
As much as I love the countryside I prefer walking by the sea, something draws me to it, even though I'm not a great swimmer. '$180 to sit in the rain' - yes, I can see that as possibly being 'disappointing', but you never know, something special may just happen - enjoy!