Byron Bay

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Byron Bay does exactly what it says on the label. Websites promised us a relaxed weekend with good food, great surf, and hippy culture and that is exactly what we got.

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A Weekend in Sydney

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I was lucky enough to get flown down to Sydney by my husband for the weekend. We’d both been before so we enjoyed a mixture of touristy activities and relaxation. One of the highlights was definitely the food and visiting the Rapha Club House but I also enjoyed seeing Manly and trying out an interesting beer at Four Pines.

Noosa Weekend

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Matt took me up to the Sunshine Coast for my birthday weekend. When we weren’t surfing or enjoying the amazing food in Noosa we were in our cabin in the forest. There was no electricity, no reception, and no internet. We spent our time lying in hammocks watching kingfishers dive into the lagoon, reading, cooking under the stars on an open fire, and listening to the eerie calls of a Cat Bird. It was absolute bliss.