Well, that last day came. I checked out and went into town to drop off my bag for the day. For a small fee you can leave your bag with the Tourist Info Centre for the day.
When I had arrived in Byron, it had been predicted that there would be rain and thunderstorms for my entire visit. The rain held out, and it made for some nice warm, not hot days, and incredibly dramatic skies. It didn’t rain until the afternoon I was supposed to leave. I’ll consider that pathetic fallacy…
It was Sunday, which meant that there was a market. There’s usually markets on in Byron. And after a coffee, the server at the shop mentioned how to get to that Sunday’s market. Let’s just say the Byron markets don’t disappoint. It was a perfect send off. From there it was a bus ride, and several flights homeward bound.