Falling for Byron

As the old saying goes – If you want to walk fast, walk alone; if you want to walk far, go together. And if you want to eat well along the way, head for Byron Bay. I’ve just arrived in the beautiful coastal town with a bunch of friends and I’m already feeling the Byron vibe atContinue reading “Falling for Byron”

Climbing Mt Warning

Mt Warning (Wollumbin) in the NSW Tweed Valley,  stands at 1157 metres, the plug of a once massive volcano that erupted some 20 million years. The 4.4 km track to the summit is an unrelenting and steep walk that finishes with a 100 metre stretch of bare rock with chains. The path is rough inContinue reading “Climbing Mt Warning”