New Years Eve in Byron Bay!

New Years Eve in Byron Bay!

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Byron Shire Council’s ‘Soul Street 2019’ New Year’s Eve, 4pm – midnight

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Byron Bay’s unique New Year’s Eve street party will be open from 4pm – midnight. The centre of town will be filled with market stalls, food vendors, face painter’s, four stages, numerous bands, buskers, circus performers, fire twirlers, drummers, and children’s activities. Soul Street New Year’s Eve in Byron Bay will be a fun, safe, community-driven, alcohol-free event! Soul Street is a Byron Council initiative.

Falls Festival, 31 Dec ’19 – 2 Jan ’20 at North Byron Parklands

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Falls Music & Arts Festival is a multi-day music festival held annually over the New Year’s Eve and January period. The festival hosts contemporary music performances, dance, comedy, theatre, circus, cabaret, and other art forms. The 2019/20 event features HALSEY (ONLY AUS SHOW), VAMPIRE WEEKENDDISCLOSURE, PLAYBOI CARTI, TASH SULTANA, PEKING DUK, OF MONSTERS AND MEN, PNAU, LEWIS CAPALDI, MILKY CHANCE, JOHN FARNHAMBANKS, and much more.. Full details and tickets available at their website fallsfestival.com/byron-bay.

NYE with Claptone, Rebūke plus more – Byron Bay Brewery

Bring in 2020 at Byron Bay Brewery with a huge lineup of electronic acts across two stages

First artist announcement.
Claptone (afternoon set) | Rebūke
2pm – 2am | Byron Bay Brewery | Dec 31
Only tickets purchased through Oztix will be accepted. 18+

NYE 2019 – Balcony Bar & Oyster Co

Groove into the New Year perched above the hustle and bustle of the streets in Byron Bay, with the perfect view to say goodbye to the year 2019

Party from dusk till dawn with our dance floor stomping until 2 am, the countdown will be on and whether it’s a New Year’s kiss, dance or hug, fun will be ensured at Balcony Bar & Oyster Co.

Tickets are $125 per person with seating’s at 8, 8.30 or 9 pm and available for 18+ only. If you’re in town with the family, kids are always welcome here on our Balcony. Join us for an early dinner from 4- 7pm.

Welcome in 2020 at Beach Byron Bay

Raise a glass and celebrate New Year’s Eve at Beach Byron Bay.

7pm – 1am
Bubbles on arrival
Three-course menu
Live music by J-Tones
$130 per person

NYE at Fish Heads, Main Beach Byron Bay

Welcome in 2020 by the beach while enjoying a 3 course menu and a glass of Mumm champagne on arrival. Exclusive use of table until 1 AM

SHARED ENTREE
Chilled seafood platter: smoked ocean trout with dill cream, coffin bay oysters, bugs and prawns with housemade cocktail sauce.

YOUR CHOICE OF MAIN
Catch of the day, Lamb cutlets or Vegetarian option

CHOICE OF DESSERT
Chocolate cheescake, Passionfruit semifreddo or Seasonal fruit tart

$110 pp

Funk Soul Disco NYE Party – Beach Hotel Byron Bay

Live entertainment from DJ Shimmy Disco & Madison Kat.

Full details + tickets available at Oztix.

Cosmo Ritmo x Locura NYE: Cut Copy DJs + Jono Ma (Jagwar Ma)

Few acts can conjure nostalgia, euphoria, elation and epiphany like Cut Copy. Joining the lineup for the evening is of course the head shaman of Locura, Jono -Jagwar- Ma + Cosmo Ritmo collective along side DJs Oli Wright and Benjamas.

7 PM – 3 AM. Secure a spot, order your presale tickets.

New Years Eve at Loft!

Positioned high above Jonson Street, watch the festivities below as you spend the evening enjoying delicious food, drinks and the ultimate Byron vibe. Party with us until 2am with live DJs!

Fully-inclusive package starts at 7pm until midnight and will have you sipping the night away while grazing on share style snacking menu right through to the countdown.

18+ only event. Tickets available online.

A Casablanca New Years Eve 2020 – The Mez Club

Bring in 2020 with class, style and fun! Enjoy an open bar from 8pm through to midnight including beer, wine, Champagne, a Champagne Toast and canapés. Casablanca themed dress up is highly encouraged and DJ playing till late!

All information found at: https://www.byron-bay.com/blog/new-years-eve-byron-bay/

 

 

 

 

Learn English in Byron Bay. Lexis English students study General English, IELTS, FCE, CAE, and English plus Surfing and Yoga in a friendly and professional school right in the heart of Byron Bay and only 15 minutes from the beach.

January Activity Calendar 2020!

Joining the activities is a great way to make new friends, practice your English in a social environment, and of course, have fun!!

Throughout the month we always have a variety of different activities, with a mix of sports, cooking, and craft, so there’s something for everyone, if you want more information please don’t hesitate to come and speak with me at reception! 🙂

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There are two activities running every day.

The morning activity is held at 11.30am-12.30pm and the afternoon at 2-3pm.

There will be a yoga class on Monday at 7:45am and a new yoga class starting at 5:45pm

GIL will be from 12-1pm and 2-3pm.

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Check out the rest of the activities we have planned exclusively for our Lexis students in January!

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We continue our Coffee Club on Tuesdays and Monday afternoons; Join Siobhan or Di for coffee, Tim Tams, games, and conversations!

Yoga will be held every Monday morning with teacher Jimmy in room 8 at 7:45am and Tuesdays at 5:45pm with teacher Brooklyn. It’s a great way to start the week and it’s free for Lexis students.

Teacher Kristy runs a free Guided Meditation on Wednesday mornings between 8-8:30am in room 8. No experience needed, this group is open for everyone who has ever thought about giving meditation a go. Not only does Kristy guide you through a beautiful meditation, but there is also time to discuss the benefits and beliefs behind the practice. It is truly a beautiful way to start your day.

Make sure you come into reception to sign up for the activities or come and see me if you have any questions 🙂

Learn English in Byron Bay. Lexis English students study General English, IELTS, FCE, CAE, and English plus Surfing and Yoga in a friendly and professional school right in the heart of Byron Bay and only 15 minutes from the beach.

Happy Student – Amin 🏄‍♂️

Today our Happy Student at Lexis Byron Bay is Amin!

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Tell us a little about yourself Amin:
I am from Switerland and I live in Zuerich. I worked as a software engineer for the Swiss television. I decided to go to Byron Bay because I heard many good things about it and thought it would be a nice start for my trip. I stayed in Byron for six weeks.

Why did you choose Byron Bay?
I chose Byron Bay because I heard good things about it. I had a friend come here maybe six years ago and told me about it. So I did my research and I decided that it had the right mood for me.

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What were your weaknesses in English before you came to Australia? Tell me more about your teachers and your classes.
I  think my weaknessess… I think grammar… and the speaking and the fluency.

I was with Claudia as my teacher, and I think the class was the right fit for me. It was my right level. And I liked the class because there were people there from other nationalities. I also liked the activties that we did in the class like the markets, having coffee and Secret Santa… yeah, it was fun.

What was your favourite activity?
I liked the Beer Testing! Haha, that was fun! But I did like the Coffee Club too. You know, it was nice to play games and get to know other people and get to know them better.

 

Tell me about your accommodation/homestay…
I stayed at the accommodation downstairs (onsite) and I liked it. The room is good, it has nice people and a good kitchen to cook meals in. I really liked the communal tables- there were always people to be with if you wanted! Yeah, I really enjoyed it 🙂

What are your favourite things to do in Byron?
Surfing! I only started surfing here and I like it! I first had lessons through the school… maybe four lessons, then I bought a board and have met some friends and go surfing with them everyday! I might have to resell the board when I leave, but if I can fit it in my car I will take it on my travels with me in Australia!

I also really like the nightlife and the mood here in Byron Bay. Like the muscians and the buskers. It’s just nice to be out at night.

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What is your most magical moment in Byron?
Oh, this is a tough one… so many… I suppose, I think surfing at sunset at Tallows Beach. We saw dolphins and then they were swimming past us… yes, this was the most magical moment.

What did you like the most about Lexis Byron?
I like the people here. The students and the employees. The people are really helpful. Whenever I had a question I would go to reception and they would help me straight away. Also the mood for a school is good.

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What is your advice for people who are thinking about enrolling at Lexis Byron Bay?
My advice… stay at the accomodation onsite because it is close to the school and you get to meet more people! But then I guess it depends on the person… I also suggest to plan a trip early, but also at the same time to be spontaneous too.

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Learn English in Byron Bay. Lexis English students study General English, IELTS, FCE, CAE and English plus Surfing and Yoga in a friendly and professional school right in the heart of Byron Bay and only 15 minutes from the beach.

Coffee Club ☕ December 16th

Each week at Lexis Byron Bay we have Coffee Club! 
Mondays at 2pm and Tuesdays at 11.30am

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It’s a great place to relax and have a coffee and a TimTam.

It’s also fun to play Uno with everyone’s different rules from all the different countries!

It’s also a great time to have a photo opportunity 📷

See you next time Monday at 2pm and Tuesday at 11.30am!

 

 

Learn English in Byron Bay. Lexis English students study General English, IELTS, FCE, CAE and English plus Surfing and Yoga in a friendly and professional school right in the heart of Byron Bay and only 15 minutes from the beach.

 

 

Welcome to the Weekend! December 20th – 22nd 🎄

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WEATHER

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SURF

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MARKETS

Byron Artisan Market – every Saturday

Byron Farmers Market  – every Thursday (8am – 11am)

Bangalow Farmers Market – every Saturday (8am – 11am)

Mullumbimby Farmer’s Market  – every Friday (7am – 11am)

Bangalow Markets – Sunday

GIG GUIDE

Friday

 The Swamps @ Railway Hotel

Cog + Redhook @ Hotel Great Northern

3:00pm Golf Alpha Bravo @ Howl & Moan

5:30pm Hooroo – Surf Movie presented by Nick Colbey @ Byron Theatre

6:00pm Tim Stokes @ Targa

6:30pm Marshall Okell @ Hotel Great Northern

7:00pm Joshua Tree @ The Sun

7:00pm Hooroo – Surf Movie presented by Nick Colbey @ Byron Theatre

7:30pm Live Music @ Treehouse

7:30pm Country Witches Association – First Meeting Byron Bay @ Byron Bay Brewery

8:00pm The Babe Rainbow + Tim Stokes @ Beach Hotel

8:00pm CWA (Country Witches Association) First Meeting with Áine Tyrrell and Mandy Nolan @ Brew House Theatre

8:00pm Rob Edwards and Local DJs @ The Sticky Wicket Bar

Saturday

Southwall @ Railway Hotel

Eagle Eye Jones, Flying Machine, Sophie Ozard, My Happy Place – It’s A Vibe @ Hotel Great Northern

1:30pm Entropy presented by Brisbane Ballet @ Byron Theatre

5:00pm DJ Longtime @ Beach Hotel

6:00pm Open Mic @ Treehouse

7:00pm Dr Denim presents BOO Seeka @ Byron Bay Brewery

7:30pm Live Music @ Treehouse

7:30pm Entropy presented by Brisbane Ballet @ Byron Theatre

9:00pm DJ Lordy Wardy @ Beach Hotel

9:00pm Ooz + Local DJs @ The Sticky Wicket Bar

Sunday

Ben Walsh @ Hotel Great Northern

Adam Hole Band @ Railway Hotel

12:00pm Sunday Session DJs – Jezza J & Vinnie LaDuce @ Treehouse

3:00pm Van Gogh & Japan – Exhibition On Screen presented @ Byron Theatre

4:15pm CWA (Country Witches Association) with Áine Tyrrell and Mandy Nolan @ Brew House Theatre

4:30pm EPIC @ Beach Hotel

4:30pm Byron Groove Lounge Freestyle Jam @ Byron Bay Brewery

5:00pm Greg Kew @ The Sun

7:00pm Steve Tyson @ Fresh

7:30pm Live DJs @ Beach Hotel

10:00pm Mat Joe @ Beach Hotel

BYRON BAY TOURING CO & HAPPY TRAVELS

Saturday
NOOSA ADVENTURE 2 DAY
(includes two meals) $155

Sunday
NOOSA ADVENTURE
DAY 2

CINEMA

Charlie’s Angels (M)

FRI 20TH DEC 6:00pm
SAT 21ST DEC 10:40am6:00pm
SUN 22ND DEC 3:15pm6:00pm

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Christmas Card Making 🎄 December 18th

We decorated Christmas Cards today at Lexis Byron Bay and had Christmas music playing in the background while we worked away 🙂

It was quite the festive morning! 🎄

Materials we used were:

  • glitter
  • cardboard
  • glue
  • paper
  • stamps
  • ink

It was a lovely day to be outside. Though it got a little windy towards the end!

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Lucky we had Yuya to keep everything from flying away!

Above is some of the finished works for family and friends 🙂

While embellishing away we were practicing English skills and sharing our plans for Christmas!

 

 

 

 

Learn English in Byron Bay. Lexis English students study General English, IELTS, FCE, CAE and English plus Surfing and Yoga in a friendly and professional school right in the heart of Byron Bay and only 15 minutes from the beach.

Happy Student – Lucia 🌺

Today our Happy Student at Lexis Byron Bay is Lucia!

Tell us a little about yourself Lucia:
I’m from Spain. Before coming to Byron I worked on my family’s sheep farm. I always wanted to learn English because I like to travel and it is a universal language. I’ve been here almost 2 months and I have one more month left. Then I will travel along the coast of New South Wales before returning to Spain.

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Why did you choose Byron Bay?
Because I don’t like I cities. I live in the countryside. That’s why I chose Byron Bay.

What were your weaknesses in English before you came to Australia? Tell me more about your teachers and your classes.
Before coming to Australia, my weaknesses were listening and speaking English.

My teachers try to help me with listening and talk in class more often.

What was your favourite activity?
I think my favourite activity is the afternoon yoga classes, because you end the day relaxed.

Tell me about your accommodation/homestay…
I have lived in a hostel since I arrived and I think I will continue until I leave Byron.

What are your favourite things to do in Byron?
I like to walk around without tall buildings and without the noise of a city. I like to walk along the beach with few people. I also like to take walks to the lighthouse.

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What is your most magical moment in Byron?
My most magical moment in Byron… when I climb to see the sunrise at the lighthouse.

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What did you like the most about Lexis Byron?
What I liked most about this school is the small groups of students. It is good to have playful activities and games to assimilate the lessons.

What is your advice for people who are thinking about enrolling at Lexis Byron Bay?
My advice is to not think about it, to do it and enjoy it. It is an experience for a lifetime.

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Learn English in Byron Bay. Lexis English students study General English, IELTS, FCE, CAE and English plus Surfing and Yoga in a friendly and professional school right in the heart of Byron Bay and only 15 minutes from the beach.

What’s on This Week – Activities Calendar! December 16th-20th

PLEASE REMEMBER TO SIGN UP FOR THE WEEKLY ACTIVITIES AT RECEPTION!!!

 

Monday – 7:45am Early morning Yoga with Jimmy & Tuesday 5:45pm Afternoon Yoga with Brooklyn. This is a lovely way to start the week. If you can’t make yoga on Monday morning we now have another session on Tuesday! All you need is a towel and some water.

 

Monday – 2pm and Tuesday 11:30am Monday afternoon Coffee Club is new and will allow new starters to properly meet each other and any other students who come along. We usually play Jenga or Uno while enjoying tea, coffee, and a TimTam or two.
Remember this is a great way to practice your English!

Wednesday – Early Morning Meditation with Kristy. This is a guided half-hour meditation which starts at 8am in room 8. Anyone can join, just bring yourself.

Wednesday – Christmas Card Making in the student lounge. Need to send a Christmas card home or to a friend? Everyone loves a hand made card so come along and get creative. Downstairs in the student lounge. 11:30am and 2:00pm.

 

Thursday – Body Boarding at Main Beach! Never tried Body Boarding? Then this is the perfect time for you to do it. Meet at reception then walk down to the beach. All you need is a towel, water, and sunscreen. Boards are supplied by Let’s Go Surfing. 11:30am and 2:00pm

 

Friday – Christmas Party with Salsa and Sangria. Everyone is invited to join in the festive fun on the last day of school. We encourage people to bring a Christmas dish from their own country to share. We will eat, dance, then drink… Easy! 1pm in room 8.

 

 

Learn English in Byron Bay. Lexis English students study General English, IELTS, FCE, CAE, and English plus Surfing and Yoga in a friendly and professional school right in the heart of Byron Bay and only 15 minutes from the beach.

 

Indoor Picnic and Wii! December 13th

Today we unfortunately had to cancel the Beach Picnic due to the weather! As sad as it was to cancel this mornings activity, it was a much needed respite to have rain in Byron Bay ⛈️

However we did have an Indoor Picnic instead!

Not many people showed up because of the rain, though a student who was walking past came inside for a little snack 😋

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He was the instigator that lured others to join in!

Soon enough a class had turned up 🙈

Thankfully their teacher was understanding and for a few short minutes used this time as part of a lesson!

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Today didn’t turn out as expected, nevertheless we still had fun!

 

 

 

Learn English in Byron Bay. Lexis English students study General English, IELTS, FCE, CAE and English plus Surfing and Yoga in a friendly and professional school right in the heart of Byron Bay and only 15 minutes from the beach.

Welcome to the Weekend! December 13th-15th 🐬

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WEATHER

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SURF

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MARKETS

Byron Artisan Market – every Saturday

Byron Farmers Market  – every Thursday (8am – 11am)

Bangalow Farmers Market – every Saturday (8am – 11am)

Mullumbimby Farmer’s Market  – every Friday (7am – 11am)

GIG GUIDE

Friday

Jesse Pumprhrey @ Hotel Great Northern

The Velvet Rope @ Railway Hotel

Backroom – The Delta Riggs, Seaside and Sophie Ozard @ Hotel Great Northern

5:00pm Jon J Bradley @ Beach Hotel

6:00pm Luke Bennett @ Targa

7:00pm Slim Pickens @ Fresh

7:30pm 153 East @ Treehouse

8:00pm Felix – Local DJs @ The Sticky Wicket Bar

8:00pm Dos Boy @ Byron Bay Brewery

9:00pm Pink Zinc @ Beach Hotel

9:00pm Morning Maxwell @ Woody’s Surf Shack

Saturday

Flaskas @ Railway Hotel

Brave Gulf, Christian Patey + friends @ Hotel Great Northern

5:00pm DJ Longtime @ Beach Hotel

6:00pm Open Mic @ The Sun

6:00pm This Is Us 2019 presented by Inspire Dance Studio @ Byron Theatre

7:30pm Jordan McRobbie @ Treehouse

8:00pm Drop Legs @ Byron Bay Brewery

8:00pm Ooz + Local DJs @ The Sticky Wicket Bar

9:00pm Rhythm & Cutloose @ Beach Hotel

9:00pm DJ Simba & DJ My Happy Place @ Woody’s Surf Shack

Sunday

Dan Hannaford @ Hotel Great Northern

Jamie Ashforth Trio @ Railway Hotel

12:00pm Sunday Session DJs – Jezza J & Vinnie LaDuce @ Treehouse

4:30pm Nicky Bomba @ Beach Hotel

5:00pm Nathan Kaye @ The Sun

6:00pm This Is Us 2019 presented by Inspire Dance Studio @ Byron Theatre

7:30pm Live DJs @ Beach Hotel

 

BYRON BAY TOURING CO & HAPPY TRAVELS

Saturday
WET N WILD
ADVENTURE PARK $69

Sunday
KAYAK WITH THE
DOLPHINS $60pp

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Christmas Cookie Decorating 🍪 December 12th

The festive spirit was alive and well at Lexis Byron Bay this morning when we did Christmas Cookie Decorating!

We had a Christmas playlist made on Spotify in the background playing while we decorated our cookies.

Ingredients used:

  • cookies/ biscuits
  • icing sugar
  • butter
  • water
  • cherries
  • sour worms
  • pretzels
  • desiccated coconut
  • sprinkles
  • smarties
  • chocolate buttons

Students were creative in what designs they made! Some examples were:

  • Christmas trees
  • stars
  • hearts
  • gingerbread men
  • snowmen
  • baubles
  • lights
  • Christmas wreaths
  • Christmas puddings
  • reindeers

It was a messy and yummy morning!

Hope you all enjoyed this fun activity and eating the creations afterwards 😋

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Learn English in Byron Bay. Lexis English students study General English, IELTS, FCE, CAE and English plus Surfing and Yoga in a friendly and professional school right in the heart of Byron Bay and only 15 minutes from the beach.

Byron Bay Carols by The Sea

Byron Carols by the Sea

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Date: Friday the 13th of December
Time: 6.30pm
Where: Apex Park, Byron Bay

The iconic Byron Carols by the Sea event is happening again with special guest Chang Po Ching (featured on “The Voice”), local schools, carols choir and more guest artists! Stop by the Byron Rotary Club’s sausage sizzle, and grab a spot on the grass as you watch the sun set over the Bay and sing some beloved carols!

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Learn English in Byron Bay. Lexis English students study General English, IELTS, FCE, CAE and English plus Surfing and Yoga in a friendly and professional school right in the heart of Byron Bay and only 15 minutes from the beach.

Coffee Club ☕ December 10th

We had our weekly Coffee Club today at Lexis Byron Bay!

And we have our nice little routine down pat these days!

What we do:

        • we put the kettle on and boil the water
        • we set the tea cups and mugs on the table
        • we arrange the different flavours of tea and coffee
        • and then assemble Jenga and Uno!

It’s a safe and fun environment to practice your English skills and to meet new people 🙂

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If you want to join us next week Coffee Club is on Monday 2pm and Tuesday 11.30am!

 

 

 

Learn English in Byron Bay. Lexis English students study General English, IELTS, FCE, CAE and English plus Surfing and Yoga in a friendly and professional school right in the heart of Byron Bay and only 15 minutes from the beach.

Christmas Traditions: History of the Christmas Tree 🎄

History of the Christmas Tree 🎄

Have you ever stopped to wonder why we do certain Christmas Traditions? Long before the advent of Christianity, plants and trees that remained green all year had a special meaning for people in the winter.

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In the 18th century, it began to be illuminated by candles, which were ultimately replaced by Christmas lights.

Today, there is a wide variety of traditional ornaments, such as garlands, baubles, tinsel, and candy canes.

An angel or star might be placed at the top of the tree to represent the Angel Gabriel or the Star of Bethlehem, respectively, from the Nativity.

Modern Christmas trees have been related to the “tree of paradise” of medieval mystery plays that were given on 24 December, the commemoration and of Adam and Eve in various countries. In such plays, a tree decorated with apples (to represent the forbidden fruit) and wafers (to represent the Eucharist and redemption) was used as a setting for the play. Like the Christmas crib, the Paradise tree was later placed in homes. The apples were replaced by round objects such as shiny red balls.

 

When you’re in the office next at Lexis Byron Bay make sure to check out our own little Christmas Tree!

 

 

 

Information adapted from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christmas_tree
Learn English in Byron Bay. Lexis English students study General English, IELTS, FCE, CAE and English plus Surfing and Yoga in a friendly and professional school right in the heart of Byron Bay and only 15 minutes from the beach.

Byron Bay Beaches! ☀️

The days are getting hotter which means that it’s Summer! The days are also getting longer which means more time to spend at the beach!

We are spoilt for choice when it comes to beaches, with many different options for water sports, beach activities, exploring or just relaxing.

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BELONGIL BEACH

Stretching to the north of Byron, Belongil Beach is one of the few dog-friendly beaches in the area. It has lovely views up the coast, tall sand dunes and a secluded feeling making it ideal for walking or relaxing. You can walk there from town via Main Beach and there’s a track to the Belongil cafes, including the Tree House which is a great venue for food, drinks and live music.

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THE WRECK

To the left of the Main Beach car park, at the start of Belongil beach, is the Wreck. More of a surf break than a beach of its own, it’s named after the wreck of the SS Wollongbar, which sticks out of the water just beyond the waves. Mostly popular with surfers, there are no lifeguards and can get a little wilder than some of the other swimming beaches near town, but there’s often more space on the sand for beach games like cricket or soccer.

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MAIN BEACH

Just a short walk from the centre town, Main Beach is Byron’s most popular beach. With Julian Rocks visible on the horizon and the Byron lighthouse overlooking it from the headland, it’s Byron’s iconic beach spot. There are grassy hills behind the beach perfect for picnicking, as well as BBQs and other facilities. Lifeguards from the local surf club patrol the water so it’s a safe swimming beach.

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CLARKES

Clarkes is further down the sand from Main Beach, along the curve of the bay. Patrolled in the summer by lifeguards, it’s a safe place to swim that’s just past the heart of the town. It’s got a permanent beach volleyball net and rocky areas for snorkeling, plus there’s usually a bit more space on the sand to spread out or play beach games.

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THE PASS

Further along from Clarkes at the other end of the bay is The Pass. With views of Julian rocks, Main Beach, Belongil and the hinterland beyond, it’s one of the most picturesque spots in Byron Bay. It’s also a famous surf break renowned for its long waves, which can be ridden all the way to Clarkes when the conditions are right. It’s a beautiful walk along the sand from town and has a lookout that oversees the entire bay.

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WATEGOS

Nestled at the foot of the headland, around the corner from The Pass, is Wategos beach. Secluded in a beautiful forest bay of its own, it’s popular with surfers and swimmers alike. With waves wrapping around the headland that offer long, leisurely rides and plenty of shallow areas that are great for kids, Wategos is the epitome of a family beach. It’s also one of Byron’s best picnic spots because it’s in its element at dusk.

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LITTLE WATEGOS

As the name suggests, Little Wategos is similar to Wategos beach but on a smaller scale. It’s just around the corner from Wategos and is easy to get to along the sand in low tide. When the water’s up high, it can be reached by a longer walk over the headland. Because of this dependence on the tides, it’s often unoccupied, making it feel like your own private beach.

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COSY CORNER

The other side of the headland is less protected than the bay. The beaches here get more wind and are often choppier, but they also usually have bigger waves. The first of these is Cosy Corner. It’s nestled at the bottom of the headland so it’s partially protected from the wind. With cleanly formed, decent sized waves, it’s a favourite among the local surfers.

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TALLOW BEACH

Further down from Cosy Corner on this side of the headland is Tallow Beach. With various breaks along it, there’s the potential to get a surfing spot all to yourself. It’s dog friendly and has views of the headlands further down the coast, so it’s also a nice beach for walking.

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SUFFOLK BEACH

In the middle of the open stretch of sand to the south of Byron Bay is Suffolk Beach. A five-minute drive from town, it’s dog friendly, usually virtually empty and has stunning views of both Byron Bay and Broken Head. Long and unprotected, it’s often windier than the bay and has good surf breaks at various points along it.

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BROKEN HEAD

On the other end of the sand from the Cape Byron Headland is Broken Head beach. Protected by its own headland and surrounded by rainforest, it’s popular with both surfers and swimmers. A ten-minute drive from Byron, it has views of the lighthouse on its northern horizon and it’s quieter than the beaches closer to the town.

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KINGS BEACH

Just around the corner from Broken Head is the beautifully remote Kings beach. Although not officially a nude beach, it’s often treated as it is so beware if visiting with children. Kings is a little tricky to get to, but worth it once you’re there. It’s accessible by driving across the top of the headland along a gravel road, just off Broken Head’s main road. Once you reach the Kings car park, it’s a steep ten-minute walk down to beach.

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WHITES BEACH

Further around the headland from Kings is the less well-known Whites beach. Reachable in the same way, its walking track is a little further along the gravel road. Nestled in the heart of the Broken Head rainforest, Whites is stunningly secluded and is one of the quietest beaches in the Byron area.

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Adapted from: http://www.byronbayholidayz.com.au/things-to-do/byron-bay-beaches/ & https://lexisbyronbay.com/2015/12/10/byron-bay-beaches/

 

 

 

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Christmas Traditions: History of Cookie Decorating 🎄🍪

 History of Cookie Decorating 🎄🍪

Have you ever stopped to wonder why we do certain Christmas Traditions? Did you know that Cookie decorating dates back to at least the 14th century in Switzerland? Springerle cookie molds were carved from wood and used to impress Biblical designs into cookies. One of the earliest recorded forms of cookie decorating is the springerle, and the oldest known springerle mold is housed at the Swiss national museum in Zurich, Switzerland.

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The artistic element of cookie making also can be traced back to Medieval Germany.

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Lebkuchen was crafted into fancy shapes and decorated with sugar. Lebkuchen is a traditional German baked Christmas cookie, somewhat resembling gingerbread.

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During the 17th century, Dutch and German settlers introduced cookie cutters, decorative molds, and festive holiday cookie decorations to the United States.

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Today cookie decorating traditions continue in many places in the world and include such activities as cookie decorating parties, competitions, creating cookie bouquets and cookie gift baskets, and simply decorating cookies with others can be a fun activity.

Join us at Lexis Byron Bay this Thursday the 11th of December at 11.30am or 2pm for our own version of Christmas Cookie Decorating!

Make sure to sign up at reception!

 

 

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Coffee Club ☕ December 9th

Recently we’ve introduced Coffee Club on a Monday afternoon at Lexis Byron Bay! ☕

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Or in Christian’s case today, ‘tea time’. He even had his little pinky finger out for the occasion 😋

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Fabian joined in with a coffee.

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And Eglantine had a mocha for the first time with us. She doesn’t usually like coffee, though this one was okay because it had chocolate in it too! 🍫

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The game of choice today was Jenga with the questions on each piece.

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There were fiery conversations about some of the topics that came up! Examples that stirred debate we’re about politics and the death penalty. However, it was nicer to speak about trivial subject matters like our dream holiday destination or our favourite flavours of ice-cream! 🍦

Join us tomorrow morning at 11.30am for Coffee Club!

 

 

 

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Wine & Cheese Tasting 🍷🧀 December 6th

It was a hot Summer afternoon at Lexis Byron Bay, but that didn’t stop students from attending the Wine & Cheese Tasting!

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We had 5 varieties of wine: merlot, shiraz, rose, moscato and sauvignon blanc.

There was also an assortment of hard and soft cheeses and flavours:

          • brie
          • peppercorn
          • cheddar
          • camembert
          • gouda
          • chives and onion
          • apricot

When the Swiss were asked what their favourite cheese was they exclaimed
“we’re Swiss! We love ALL cheese!”

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When Rosa was asked what her favourite wine was she giggled
“Rose! Because it is my name!”

It was a perfect way to spend an afternoon with friends.

A casual and fun environment to speak in English and laugh!

Good memories are made at activities like these 🙂

Hope you can join us at the next Wine & Cheese event!

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Happy Student – Xenia 🐬

Today our Happy Student at Lexis Byron Bay is Xenia!

Tell us a little about yourself Xenia:
I’m from Catalunya, from a little small village called Ventallo. I used to work as an early children’s teacher in different kindergartens, but I realised that first of all I want to travel the world. So I left my job and now I’m here in Lexis improving my English to become an English teacher.

Why Byron? I’m a music teacher.

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Why did you choose Byron Bay?
I chose Byron because it is a small village like mine. I am also a music teacher and I heard that there is lots of music in Byron and thought “this must be my place!”

My friends back home also give me the nickname that translates into ‘Happy Fish’ in English. This is because I am always in the water back home.

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What were your weaknesses in English before you came to Australia? Tell me more about your teachers and your classes.
Well I did do English in highschool, and then I went to London as an Au Pair, but I decided that I want to know more people and to do that you need to know the language.

My teachers and my classes? It is perfect for learning. I have Paul as a teacher, and I find that his teaching is good and it is functional.

What was your favourite activity?
My favourite activity… I did like tie-dying! I want to do that again! The colours turned out a bit whack, but I would like to try again. Also, I want to try meditation and yoga. Living in Byron Bay makes me want to live healthier, eat healthier and be healthier.

Tell me about your accommodation/homestay…
I am currently living in a hostel, though am renting a house as of next week! I have liked staying at the hostel. There are many people there, and because of that when I go around Byron there is always a friendly face 😊

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What are your favourite things to do in Byron?
I like to go for a picnic on the grass by Main Beach with friends. I do like to do that. The coolest thing here I think is the people I meet.

What is your most magical moment in Byron?
So far… my magical moment here in Byron… I walk along the beach at around 6am to see the sunrise. I never used to do that back home. I would actually like to sleep in! But there is something different here, I like the mornings.

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What did you like the most about Lexis Byron?
I like the small classes, and I like the ‘English Only’ policy. It’s really good beacuse we stay talking all the time, so it becomes easy. It’s been good to practice speaking and listening.

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What is your advice for people who are thinking about enrolling at Lexis Byron Bay?
If you are looking for a home place, Byron Bay is a good place to do it. I say don’t think about it and just do it. It’s an experience you will have for all of your life.

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Welcome to the Weekend! December 6th – 8th

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WEATHER

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SURF

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MARKETS

Byron Flea Market – 2nd Saturday of the month

Byron Artisan Market – every Saturday

Byron Farmers Market  – every Thursday (8am – 11am)

Bangalow Farmers Market – every Saturday (8am – 11am)

Mullumbimby Farmer’s Market  – every Friday (7am – 11am)

GIG GUIDE

Friday

Marshall & The Fro @ Railway Hotel
 Visas, Beddy Rays, Baby, Dyer Maker @ Hotel Great Northern
 5:00pm Leigh James @ Beach Hotel
 6:00pm Luke Yeaman @ Targa
 6:00pm Byron Ballet Open Day Concert 2019 presented by Byron Ballet @ Byron Theatre
 7:00pm Oka @ Byron Bay Brewery
 7:30pm Timbuktu @ Treehouse
 8:00pm Dan Hannaford – Local DJs @ The Sticky Wicket Bar
 9:00pm The Superlove @ Beach Hotel
Saturday
 El Scorcho @ Railway Hotel
 Death by Denim @ Hotel Great Northern
 10:00am Celebrate 20 presented by Dance Dynamics @ Byron Theatre
 2:00pm Sabotage Fiesta X Future Faktori @ Byron Bay Brewery
 4:00pm Celebrate 20 presented by Dance Dynamics @ Byron Theatre
 5:00pm DJ Longtime @ Beach Hotel
 7:30pm Paulina Viroga @ Treehouse
 8:00pm James Scott – Local DJs @ The Sticky Wicket Bar
 9:00pm DJ Easy P @ Beach Hotel
Sunday
 Ben Walsh @ Hotel Great Northern
 Honey Stone @ Railway Hotel
 12:00pm Sunday Session DJs Jezza J & Vinnie LaDuce @ Treehouse
 4:00pm Celebrate 20 presented by Dance Dynamics @ Byron Theatre
 4:00pm Sky High 3.0 @ Byron Bay Brewery
 4:30pm Late For Woodstock @ Beach Hotel
 7:30pm Live DJs @ Beach Hotel

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Make a Dream Catcher! December 4th

Students at Lexis Byron Bay tapped into their creative side making Dream Catchers this morning!

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            • feathers
            • beads
            • sea shells
            • wool
            • twine
            • ribbon
            • metal wire

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We had a fun time trying to translate the word ‘feather’ into Spanish and Italian 😋

All working hard weaving and creating!

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Veronica and Lucia’s almost finished Dream Catchers.

Jonatas and his work-in-progress. 

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In the end we ran out of time to completely finish, though it was enough for students to learn a new skill and complete their own Dream Catcher at home!

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Coffee Club ☕ December 3rd

We had Coffee Club again today at Lexis Byron Bay! ☕ 

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Students came purposely to practice their English!

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Melissa: “I decided to come to coffee club today because I want to practice my English skills. It’s so easy to speak with other people from my own language, though I want to improve so that is why I came” 😊

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Melissa tried a TimTam for the first time today!

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Lucia tried a TimTam Slam for the first time today!

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After the TimTam experiences we played Jenga with converstational questions on the pieces and laughed the rest of the morning 😁

 

 

 

 

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Happy Student – Celine 🌺

Today our Happy Student at Lexis Byron Bay is Celine!

Tell us a little about yourself Celine:
I am from Switzerland and I did an apprenticeship in a hotel at the reception. I want to learn English for my study. I am staying in Byron Bay for 6 weeks.

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Why did you choose Byron Bay?
It is funny actually, I had a friend come here in May this year and recommended it to me. I’m so happy she did!

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What were your weaknesses in English before you came to Australia? Tell me more about your teachers and your classes.
Maybe I think I struggle with vocabulary. I would like to learn more words, different words.

My teacher is Paul and he is just the best! He and the class is always fun! I actually like to go to school 😊

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What was your favourite activity?
Oh! I think I liked jewellery making!

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Tell me about your accomodation/homestay…
Accomodation is okay. To me I think it is small, but it is okay 😋

What are your favourite things to do in Byron?
There are so many things that I like to do in Byron! I like the town and having coffee in town. I like the bars in the nighttime and the fun atmosphere. I also like the surf at Tallows.

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What is your most magical moment in Byron?
This happened yesterday! I was talking on facetime with my friend back home and all the people I was with knew her! They knew my friend! It’s a small world.

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What did you like the most about Lexis Byron?
What I like most is the people, and how the people all have real connections with each other.

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What is your advice for people who are thinking about enrolling at Lexis Byron Bay?
Do it! Because I did and took someone elses advice. You can learn English and you can learn to surf. I think it’s just good to learn, and it is an easy place.

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Learn English in Byron Bay. Lexis English students study General English, IELTS, FCE, CAE and English plus Surfing and Yoga in a friendly and professional school right in the heart of Byron Bay and only 15 minutes from the beach.

Sausage Sizzle! November 29th

Today we had a Sausage Sizzle for the Graduating Cambridge students 🙂
It was slightly windy, though otherwise perfect day for a great Aussie BBQ.

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On the menu was:

  • sausages
  • vegetarian sausages
  • cooked onion
  • BBQ sauce
  • tomato sauce
  • salad
  • chips

Marta and Alba helping themselves to the sausages.

Xenia waiting patiently in line.

We quickly ran out of bread, though there were more than enough sausages to go around!

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Hope you all enjoyed the lunch!

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Make sure to come early next month so that you don’t miss out!

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Learn English in Byron Bay. Lexis English students study General English, IELTS, FCE, CAE and English plus Surfing and Yoga in a friendly and professional school right in the heart of Byron Bay and only 15 minutes from the beach.

Welcome to the Weekend! November 29th – December 1st

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WEATHER

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MARKETS

Byron Bay Markets – Sunday

Byron Artisan Market – every Saturday

Byron Farmers Market  – every Thursday (8am – 11am)

Bangalow Farmers Market – every Saturday (8am – 11am)

Mullumbimby Farmer’s Market  – every Friday (7am – 11am)

GIG GUIDE

Friday 29th

 Bohemian Cowboys @ Railway Hotel
 Yacc – Local DJs @ The Sticky Wicket Bar
 San Mei + Daisy Brains @ Hotel Great Northern
 3:00pm Boogs & Market Memories @ Byron Bay Brewery
 6:00pm Collab Collective – REDinc & Club Lane Multitask @ Lone Goat Gallery
 7:00pm Stephen Lovelight @ The Sun
 7:30pm Weiss & Guests @ Beach Hotel
 7:30pm Jesse Morris Band @ Treehouse
 8:00pm Yacc – Local DJs @ The Sticky Wicket Bar
 8:00pm The Kings of Country Rock Tour – Eagles show Vs Creedence show @ Byron Theatre

Saturday 30th

 Jordan McRobbie @ Railway Hotel
 The Dreggs @ Hotel Great Northern
 5:00pm DJ Longtime @ Beach Hotel
 6:00pm Open Mic @ The Sun
 7:30pm Sid Berry @ Treehouse
 7:30pm A Very Kransky Christmas @ Byron Theatre
 8:00pm Drapht @ Byron Bay Brewery
 9:00pm DJ Longtime @ Beach Hotel
 9:00pm James Scott – Local DJs @ The Sticky Wicket Bar

Sunday 01st 

 Fergo @ Hotel Great Northern
 Matthew Armitage @ The Sun
 Adam Hole Band @ Railway Hotel
 11:00am Celestial Beings presented by Encore Performance Studio @ Byron Theatre
 12:00pm Sunday Session DJs Jezza J and Vinnie LaDuce @ Treehouse
 4:00pm Kaiser Souzai @ Byron Bay Brewery
 4:30pm Steve Edmonds Band @ Beach Hotel
 5:00pm Matthew Armitage @ The Sun
 5:00pm Celestial Beings presented by Encore Performance Studio @ Byron Theatre
 7:30pm Live DJs @ Beach Hotel

BYRON BAY TOURING CO & HAPPY TRAVELS

Saturday
Beach Kangaroo Campout
$170 + $6 levy

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Beach Kangaroo
Day 2

CINEMA 

21 Bridges (MA15+)

FRI 29TH NOV 12:10pm
SAT 30TH NOV 12:10pm
SUN 1ST DEC 12:00pm

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Tie Dying Pt1! November 27th

We had messy fun this morning at Lexis Byron Bay because we did Tie Dyeing!

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This blog is Tie Dying Pt 1: The Process

We all made a huge mess!

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Each student had their own shirt.

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They then used elastic bands or string to tie patterns around their shirts.

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Everyone made sure to put on a pair of gloves!

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Next, we mixed up the paint mixtures and shook up the bottles.

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While we had ‘hippy music’ playing in the background they all got to work!

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Through laughter, you could hear shouts of “Picasso! Picasso!” exclamations of their work.

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Make sure to keep an eye open for Tie Dying Pt 2: The Final Product

 

 

 

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Happy Student – Sina 🦘

Today our Happy Student at Lexis Byron Bay is Sina!

Tell us a little about yourself Sina:
My name is Sina, I’m from Switzerland and I’m 21 years old. Before I came to Byron Bay I was working as a carpenter. I want to learn English because I like to travel and then you have to speak English. I have been in Byron for four weeks.

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Why did you choose Byron Bay?
I chose Byron Bay because I was shown photos of the school and Byron and I wanted to go. It’s also the opposite to Switzerland, this is another reason why I wanted to go. It’s easy going and chill.

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What were your weaknesses in English before you came to Australia? Tell me more about your teachers and your classes.
Some things in English were hard. My weakness would be grammer, and the use of present or past tense. I had a good teacher and funny class. Michelle is funny and so nice. How she explains everything was very good.

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What was your favourite activity?
Jewellery making I think was my favourite. I liked boomerang painting too, though the skill of jewellery making is one that I can do every day.

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Tell me about your accomodation/homestay…
I was staying in Suffolk Park and had a very good house mother. She is a very good cook, and would read over my essays and help me with my English. I would also ride my bike to school, it was good and I can get the money back when I sell it.

What are your favourite things to do in Byron?
I love to watch the sunrise in Byron, and I like to do the lighthouse walk.IMG_20191109_095933What is your most magical moment in Byron?
I think the sunrise.

What did you like the most about Lexis Byron?
Well, it’s like school. A relaxing school.IMG_8776What is your advice for people who are thinking about enrolling at Lexis Byron Bay?
You should go! It’s a good place to make lots of friends from everywhere.IMG_0049

 

 

 

 

Learn English in Byron Bay. Lexis English students study General English, IELTS, FCE, CAE and English plus Surfing and Yoga in a friendly and professional school right in the heart of Byron Bay and only 15 minutes from the beach.

Welcome to the Weekend! November 22nd-24th 🐬

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WEATHER

SURF

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MARKETS 

Bangalow Markets – Sunday

Byron Artisan Market – every Saturday

Byron Farmers Market  – every Thursday (8am – 11am)

Bangalow Farmers Market – every Saturday (8am – 11am)

Mullumbimby Farmer’s Market  – every Friday (7am – 11am)

 

GIG GUIDE 

Friday 22nd
Fergo @ Railway Hotel
 Jack Botts + Dusty Boots & Felipe Baldomir @ Hotel Great Northern
 5:00pm Dan Clark Duo @ Beach Hotel
6:00pm Full of Ideas presented by Byron Community Primary School @ Byron Theatre
 6:30pm Wonderland the Musical @ Circus Arts
 7:00pm Ooz @ The Sun
 7:00pm Brazilian Night @ Byron Bay Brewery
 7:30pm 153east @ Treehouse
 8:00pm Felix – Local DJs @ The Sticky Wicket Bar
 9:00pm Live DJs @ Woody’s Surf Shack
 9:00pm Wharves & Peach Fur @ Beach Hotel
Saturday 23rd
 Open Mic @ The Sun
 Manoa @ Railway Hotel
 Senate + Club Raiders @ Hotel Great Northern
 10:30am Worlds United presented by Dance Lab Australia @ Byron Theatre
 4:00pm Worlds United presented by Dance Lab Australia @ Byron Theatre
 5:00pm DJ Longtime @ Beach Hotel
 6:30pm Wonderland the Musical @ Circus Arts
 7:00pm Port Royal @ Byron Bay Brewery
 7:30pm Benja Meek @ Treehouse
 9:00pm Ninja House @ Beach Hotel
 9:00pm Lemaire – Local DJs @ The Sticky Wicket Bar
Sunday 24th 
Juke Joint Way @ Railway Hotel
 Harry & Swanny @ Hotel Great Northern
 12:00pm Sunday Session DJs Jezza J & Vinnie LaDuce @ Treehouse
 4:00pm Solardo @ Byron Bay Brewery
 4:30pm Du East @ Beach Hotel
 5:00pm Tim Stokes @ The Sun
 7:30pm Feenixpawl @ Beach Hotel
 7:30pm Head of the Bight & Outdated Children – Film Screening @ Byron Theatre

 

Saturday

Kayak with Dolphins $60 🐬

Sunday

Secret Garden Party
Tickets $20 121 Jonson St

 

CINEMA  🍿

21 Bridges (MA15+)

FRI 22ND NOV 4:30pm6:00pm
SAT 23RD NOV 1:20pm4:30pm6:00pm
SUN 24TH NOV 1:00pm3:30pm6:00pm

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