Yesterday the CAE class went to the Byron Bay Farmers’ Market, which is located behind the railway tracks. Even though the sun was hiding behind the clouds, it was a perfect morning to discover the market. The purpose of this excursion was to get information for our writing task.
The market, which is quite big and amazing, started 11 years ago. You can find a lot of local produce such as fruit and vegetables, oysters, fresh bread and so on.
There were also different attractions for children like face-painting and a clown creating fancy balloons. It’s a great place to talk with people and listen to live music while drinking a coffee. The musicians played folk and singer-songwriter songs. Two Swedish buskers were playing Johnny Cash songs as well.
It was a family friendly and lively atmosphere and we had a great time together.
(This blog post was written by the CAE class. Thanks for sharing your experience guys! Below is a picture of the class writing it together once they returned from the market.)