I love the salt crusted older men and women who congregate at the life saving clubs or at the end of the beach.
What a relaxing way to spend the day, swimming & soaking up the views. I've always thought this is what i'd like to be doing in my old age.
So excited to be heading off to Byron Bay in a few days :)
Look forward to blogging from there next week.
Enjoy your weekend!
You lucky thing......have fun ;O)ReplyDelete
PS. Lovely pics.
thanks tania! i will :)Delete
This is so beautiful. I really like to see your view of Australia...it seems more authentic than A Beach Cottage. Thank you for FB and tweeting my giveaway. Good luck!ReplyDelete
thanks kerrie! you're welcome!Delete
salt crusted ol men!! love it!! think my husband might already be there!!!ReplyDelete
lol !!! i don't love them in a romantic way laura ;)ReplyDelete
i plan to be salt crusted crusty someday too!ReplyDelete
good on you michele!Delete
The kids and I have often laughed at seeing a bronzed behind waltzing along a path near the beach, looking 22 then got past and found the face looks 82...keep putting the moisturisers on all you beach babes! I've got to say though, that the lifestyle is great isn't it!ReplyDelete
lol !! i was going to use the words leather skinned, but i thought salt crusted was kinder ;)Delete
Wow on the color of the ocean in these photos. How lucky you are to live so close to this scenic beauty.ReplyDelete
thanks for reminding me how lucky we are!Delete
I think I could handle that in my old age too : )!!ReplyDelete
Gorg photos! Happy weekending, xo Ashlyn
thanks ashlyn! you too.Delete
Enjoy Byron! And yes, being salt crusted in old age would be fine xReplyDelete
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Enjoy Byron Cheryl. It's a beautiful part of Australia. Love your photos - as always.ReplyDelete
how wonderful Cheryl. You will have a great time for sure. We were married on the beach there at 7am. stunning. Hopefully you'll have time to go out to Bangalow too. A precious little town, fantastic bakery, and my favourite shop Millar and Moore. It's up a flight of stairs not far from bakery. Also go around the corner to the old second hand yard,and the little shop a few doors back from it. I sound like a local don't I?!?! wish i was. If you're into vegetarian, there was (not sure if its still there) a great little place in Byron called the Cardamon Pod. Also highly recommend Why Not cafe. Jules the guy who runs it (if he still does) did our wedding brunch out at Ewingsdale at his Fig Tree Restaurant. ooooh.. i want to go to Byron tooooo! hugs, have fun. one more thing,.. if you walk from the main beach all the way around to The Pass (big rock with lookout you can climb) and it's where they launch the dive boats... if you go up the stairs beside the beach there is a yummy cafe, The Pass Cafe. JxReplyDelete
thanks for all the great tips jane! we were there 2 yrs ago and found some great cafes, but will check out your recommendations. i love vegetarian especially in that neck of the woods. bangalow is the cutest town ever.Delete
make sure you go to watego beach and take a drive to bangalow to visit heaths old wares...have a great time. lovely pics btw.ReplyDelete
wategos yes. not sure about bangalow this time. thanks!Delete
Is there sea glass there?Have a great time!AriadnefromGreece!ReplyDelete
hello ariadne! on this beach no. it's pretty rare around here. do you find much in greece?ReplyDelete
What a beautiful place, lucky you.ReplyDelete
Have fun at Byron, looking forward to your piccies!ReplyDelete
Lovely pictures of the sea this week, have a great holiday! The old men and the sea over here are more likely to be fishermen with woolly jumpers!ReplyDelete
I just love the colours in these photos, can't believe how perfectly they blend with that beach towel! Makes me want to head for the beachReplyDelete
Lucky you - I love Byron Bay, haven't been in about ten years - would love to go on a road trip & drive all the way!ReplyDelete
Have a lovely relaxing holiday!
I love the sea!ReplyDelete
It's wonderful for me to see other places through the blogs, could live with all that blue!
I don't feel quite that 'old' yet but I sure am drawn to the sea! I love to walk though....maybe when I'm older I'll sit! heehee!ReplyDelete