Dating byron bay
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I am open minded,open hearted ,unconventional , kind, loving ,social and love to dance ,party and have fun. I love to spend time at the beach with my dogs, doing a bit of surfing and reading.
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I love good food (so long as it has been humanely sourced), good wine and fun and stimulating conversation.
I love meeting new people, sharing connections, knowledge, aspirations, and moments. I enjoy music, and love to dance until the whole world disappears. Such as social justice, a fair and equitable society and animal welfare.
50m from the Main Beach and in the midst of Byron’s shopping and nightlife.I'm so sad that I haven't met any lesbians here yet.. I work in Mental Health and I'm surrounded by amazing friends and I'm pretty chilled and like to have a few laughs and go to the gym, love the beaches, get in the car and take my camera taking pics, going out to dinner, movies. I feel lonely a bit that's why I go online to meet one. Love shopping what girl doesn't lol 👟👟 i love my superntural stuff and mythical stuff like pirates, witches, vampires and dragons and ghosts and magic and all that type of stuff i also like going out and having fun weather it be a casual walk or something with adrenlin and i love to cuddle and kiss and show how much i care and i love to love and laugh and just have a good time I am a little bit sporty, I do biking, jogging, swimming, badminton (bad at it), so many. ; D Can be funny, punny, always happy and cheerful. Must-tries include yoga classes, long walks to discover the hinterland, and perhaps even a trip to hippie hotspot Nimbin, 70 Located on the most easterly point of mainland Australia, Byron Bay has a subtropical climate, and you can expect hot, rainy summers and cool, dry winters.The annual average maximum temperature is 24March (the yearly average is 9.9 days of rainfall per month), but Byron is not a place that stops when it rains; in fact, they encourage you to relax most when it’s wet out!
Offering a mix of private and dormitory style accommodation the Hostel will suit backpacker travellers with its’ enormous communal kitchen and many terraces for meeting fellow travellers.