Manly Beach Bed And Breakfast
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What a frantic 36 hours!
I didn't get back from my Larapinta Trail hike out of Alice Springs until Monday evening and was in a taxi to the airport this morning (Wednesday) before 7.00 am. I'm sure I've left something behind. I guess I'll find out soon enough.
The queue to get through immigration was extraordinarily long, it would make even Heathrow and its bottlenecks look efficient, with ...
... picture this, it's literally Skutes flying from wall to wall, floor to roof, and being flipped over our instructors knee to try and control him, which of course just made him go face first into the wall again. All in all it ended up being a great day.
6. Manly Beach:
Not much happened here, but we were able to go experience Manly with one of Squish's long lost pals. We had some drinks, played some pool, and rode a couple ferries. It was a good night ...
... They have closed deck 5 which is the promenade deck due to the slippery surface and the fear of falls and broken bones. We've had several "code A's" which means a medical emergency. We don't get to hear about any detail, but we understand that there have been some people with severe medical issues. Not surprising when you see people with Zimmer frames, wheel chairs, walking sticks and generally some very old passengers. Not ...
... 37,000 acres of bush. It was the home of the Guringai Aboriginal people until an outbreak of smallpox a year after the European’s arrived when sadly many of them died and has many rock carvings, some 2,000 old. After studying the various focal points and enjoying the view we headed back through Commodore Heights, along Hawkesbury River down to Akuna Bay Marina. A welcome coffee and cake here before we drove back to ...
... community right on the Pacific Ocean. It is a hive of activity not only on the beach but on the main street called The Corso. When we were in Sydney 10 years ago we travelled here for a day and it made us really want to spend more time here. It is a must visit place on any trip to Sydney. It is full of all kinds of neat shops and restaurants.
The transit system in Sydney makes it easy to see as much of Sydney as you want. The ferry, train and ...