Byron Bay – pure gypset

Byron Bay grew significantly over the last 10 years, and has now about 20,000 permanent residents, but more than 2 million visitors per year. The town attracts a very appealing mix of people: artists, hippies, granolas, surfers, ….. And it offers everything I dream of: open minded people, fantastic surf beaches, organic food, yoga, great

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Heading North to Byron Bay

Byron Bay was always on my mind, because I read about the great community and the beach style. So we changed our plans and decided to cruise up North for another 2 weeks. We spent one night right at the ocean front at Seal Rocks near Foster, where we met Colin, one of the 25

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here they are, kept in stone for thousands of years

Blue Mountains

As contrast to the endless beaches we leave for a week-end in the Blue mountains, a world heritage site, only a 2 hour drive from Sydney. Together with Agnes and Björn, we rented a beautiful house from the beginning of last century. A jewel of modern design combined with antiques, which offered all the comfort

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Bondi photographer Uge with one of his biggest fans...


We arrived in Sydney on Sunday afternoon, got our rental car and went straight to Agnes and Björn with their 7 year old daughter Cille, who we still know from Amazon more than 10 years ago and who moved to Australia three years ago. They were awaiting us for a welcoming party at their office,

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