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... boats & ferries on the harbour, all lit in their special ways.
Back into the city where we boarded the train at Wynyard Station for our journey back to Lane Cove. Alighting at North Ryde, we are the only folk walking back down the leafy quiet road to the caravan park. If anyone had jumped out at us, we couldn't have run to save our lives ..... Have walked over 12 klms today so a good sleep assured.
... sure Molly can back me up on! Although it was remote I knew that i wasnt far from town if there was a problem or I didnt enjoy it and wished to return back to the city and the work sounded good too. It would give me a chance to get out of the city and relax a litle after such a busy and hectic living for the past week in the city centre. I spoke to the lady (Vajra) over the phone who sounded lovely and bubbly and this further made me keen to go to this place as I ...
... almost blew our heads off. Katie bought a bottle of their Moscato and Abby bought a sticky toffee pudding cookie from the Cookie Factory Shop next door which had all sorts of flavours of cookies and a room designated to vintage cookie jars! We saved the best shop until last - The British Lolly Shop! Lolly in Australia means sweeties not lollipops so the shop was filled wall to wall with pick and mix sweets, bon bons and all the good old British favourites. We got to ...
... him to the World Cup Cricket Final at the MCG on Sunday 29 March. He originally bought the ticket for his eldest son Will (my beloved godson) who had moved to the Kimberley to look for a job as a pilot and therefore couldn't use the ticket. With a few weeks to go to the final Chris sent me a text to say that Will hadn't been able to find a flying job and so would be using the ticket.
However, after I'd accepted the invitation to Tathra, Chris contacted me again ...
Day 143 After breakfasting with Mark and Stella, we all took a drive out to Sydney Harbour National Park. From Arabanoo lookout point, the vista was fantastic. The ground fell gently away before us where the trees went down to meet the shore of Manly Cove. Manly Wharf, from where we caught the ferry yesterday, was visible in the foreground and to the left of Manly itself. Manly town is built on an ...