Travel Blogs from Sydney, Australia

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It's Raining Beaches, Sydney, Australia travel blog

It's Raining Beaches

A travel blog entry by wanderlustcat

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... trail crawls along the edge of steep coastal cliffs, through vine-covered backyards and along secluded bays. We passed the old Sydney cemetery, which has a great cliffside view; the dead can stare out from their shining white crosses at the endless ...

Visiting my cousin..., Sydney, Australia travel blog

Visiting my cousin...

A travel blog entry by rich

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... 's certainly a lovely part of the world and like I've said, I'll be back in the future... The train journey back to Sydney was enjoyable as amongst other things, Rie and I messed about writing Japanese on eachother's hands. For the umpteenth time, she ...

Reflections & Those Who Made Our Trip So Special, Sydney, Australia travel blog

Reflections & Those Who Made Our Trip So Special

A travel blog entry by crowdywendy

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... friendly people who made our travels such a fantastic experience. We would like to acknowledge the fabulous assistance of our Sydney based China Travel Service agent David Hu who organised our external air travel for our tour. David has been our travel ...

First sighting of the Opera House..., Sydney, Australia travel blog

First sighting of the Opera House...

A travel blog entry by rich

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... surpassed expectations. We sat down at Circular Quay for half an hour and took in the views, and already I had a good feeling about Sydney. The people I'd spoke to before either loved it or hated it, but how you can hate somewhere that is home to such a ...

Brits Abroad, Sydney, Australia travel blog

Brits Abroad

A travel blog entry by wanderlustcat

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... , in Australia. There's the proof, clad in white tile and spotlights. After dinner we did a bar tour of Sydney. It seems that bouncers in Australia frown on people who wear "thongs" (flip-flops) to the bar, despite it being the uniform footwear of all ...

More Sydney, Sydney, Australia travel blog

More Sydney

A travel blog entry by kgonnam

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... for our trip.  Also, i-phone cases and cheap luggage abounded.  Tonight we are going on a dinner cruise in Sydney Harbor and that finishes Australia for the tour.  We leave for New Zealand early (6:30).  Of course we come back here in ...

Australia - Sydney, Sydney, Australia travel blog

Australia - Sydney

A travel blog entry by thailand_dream

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... second leg of the journey by bus. This voyage saw me leave Victoria and enter the state of New South Wales, home to Australia's capital. I arrived in Sydney Central at 06:00 where i had to hang around for a few hours. I was only a 20 minute walk from my ...

Rescue from Uncertainty, Sydney, Australia travel blog

Rescue from Uncertainty

A travel blog entry by wanderlustcat

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After two days in Australia I've met no-one. I've been lying on the bed in the Sydney hostel thinking that if I had the option to jump back on the plane home right now, I'd take it; but I then I laugh at myself. First time abroad, first time travelling ...

Four days to go!, Sydney, Australia travel blog

Four days to go!

A travel blog entry by ameng

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It's a beautiful 30C day in Sydney, and I'm stuck inside all weekend! As I have spent most of the day procrastinating instead of studying for my upcoming exam on Monday, I've decided to start this thing off a bit early. Schedule for the remaining ...

Sydney is Heaps Good Mate!, Sydney, Australia travel blog

Sydney is Heaps Good Mate!

A travel blog entry by benleah

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This is Ben reporting. Sydney. Australia's largest city and, perhaps, it's most romanticised. With a population of 4.2 million and a size equal to that of greater London, Sydney truly is a place in Australia. I haven't visited Sydney, personally, in my ...

Manly Coastal Walk, Sydney, Australia travel blog

Manly Coastal Walk

A travel blog entry by rich

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... , and it was nice...despite someone being completely laid out on the grass in front of us, presumably after a heavy night! We'd passed the Australia Museum on the way to Kings Cross, and for the sake of $10 we decided to go inside on our return. I ...

A Day of Rest, Glebe, Sydney, Australia travel blog

A Day of Rest

A travel blog entry by wanderlustcat

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... on her own, too, but today I just felt like being on my own for the day, for the first time since my second day in Australia. It was pouring rain in the morning but that quickly disappeared. I went for a long run to explore the neighbourhood, and then ...

Sydney - without regrets, Sydney, Australia travel blog

Sydney - without regrets

A travel blog entry by florby

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... than 5 years, and I can say I have no regrets in life now. I wished I could stay with her for longer. She is the apple of my eye, soul of my life, and after 5 years, I am even more sure of that. Took the train back and had a good rest. Sydney, ...

Good morning Sydney!, Sydney, Australia travel blog

Good morning Sydney!

A travel blog entry by budz888

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... at the sun on a computer monitor I still feel as though I should be looking at the screen with sun-glasses on... View of Sydney from David's of course. Bit corny I know... but might as well have one with me in it too... Slept on the ...

The Perils and the Pleasures, Sydney, Australia travel blog

The Perils and the Pleasures

A travel blog entry by wanderlustcat

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... around with laughter at the repetition of Steve's call. Finally I had him call the Nomads Maze, where I stayed when I first arrived in Sydney, and they had enough space to squeeze us in for the night. The next day we went out to Coogee Beach for a ...

Sunburnt in Sydney, Sydney, Australia travel blog

Sunburnt in Sydney

A travel blog entry by jsnicka

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... house and bridge. The next day woke up early to do the 7km walk from Bronte beach to the most famous beach in Australia, Bondi. The walk was fantastic and the cliffs and beaches are spectacular. After winding down from that I walked into downtown ...

New Years Eve in Sydney - unforgettable!!, Sydney, Australia travel blog

New Years Eve in Sydney - unforgettable!!

A travel blog entry by marshallmatters

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... nbsp; So, about four weeks prior, we made the decision to make the most of this 'once in a lifetime' opportunity of being in Sydney at New Year and paid to spend the evening at the opera house. What an opportunity.  The itinerary for the night being ...

Lots to do..., Sydney, Australia travel blog

Lots to do...

A travel blog entry by rich

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... . A quick visit to the Queen Victoria Building for a smoothie and some photographs followed, before we returned to the hostel...via KFC! I was having a great time, and I already consider Sydney to be my favourite city in Australasia by a country ...

The Race that wobbles a nation, Sydney, Australia travel blog

The Race that wobbles a nation

A travel blog entry by martinandkate

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... they looked the bees knees as they sat down for their Pizza's with unlimited self serve ice cream. Classy. I think it sums up Australia a little. The race is a big classy event and everyone talks about it as if they care about the racing. The truth is ...

The beautiful city of Sydney, Sydney, Australia travel blog

The beautiful city of Sydney

A travel blog entry by marshallmatters

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... was that architects struggled to build the design as technology had not encountered such a design before. A brief history: Planning for the Sydney Opera House began in the late 1940s and formal construction of the Opera House began in March, 1959. The ...

Convicts and the Colony, Sydney, Australia travel blog

Convicts and the Colony

A travel blog entry by martinandkate

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... to reform and others believed in treating criminals (who most of which were guilty of very petty crimes) to lashes and severity. Australia wouldn't have been the place it is if the harsher treatment had been inflicted first. The museum gave a little ...

Hurry Up and Wait, Sydney, Australia travel blog

Hurry Up and Wait

A travel blog entry by martinandkate

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... away up the coast. Without any stops, they powered down to us and then after apologising to us and picking us up onwards to Sydney. The film was Avatar but I couldn't really hear it. The one time they manage to put a good film on, they make it ...

Sydney Fish Market, Sydney, Australia travel blog

Sydney Fish Market

A travel blog entry by carolandthomas

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Sydney fish market is about a 10 minute walk from our house and it is fantastic. Situated by the water (as you would expect!) it has everything you could want inside and tables to eat it on outside. We went there for dinner and ended up having tuna ...

Blue Mountains, NSW, Sydney, Australia travel blog

Blue Mountains, NSW

A travel blog entry by carolandthomas

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For a much needed weekend out of the forever hectic and buzzing city the Blue Mountains sounded perfect and it's only $11 dollars to get there on the train so we packed a bag and headed off. The area is known as the blue mountains due to the ...

Bridge Climbers, Sydney, Australia travel blog

Bridge Climbers

A travel blog entry by tdv95

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Some years ago DH had made a pilgrimage to Sydney Australia in order to participate in the World Police and Fire Games but, given the extraordinary volumes of beer that was apparently part of the championship diet of the Metro Toronto Police ...

The Final Days, Sydney, Australia travel blog

The Final Days

A travel blog entry by carolandthomas

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Muh - it's almost over!! Here we are now into our final few days in Australia, and our entire traveling adventure is almost over. We are staying with Katie and Paul again and it's fantastic to see them and Ted and Em again. We teach the kids how to ...

Last Sensations of Sydney, Sydney, Australia travel blog

Last Sensations of Sydney

A travel blog entry by wanderlustcat

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... an office tower behind the Three Monkeys Bar! that indicate that even as my life went on after I took off into the wilds of Australia, life has gone on here just as quickly and will continue to do so, of course, after I fly away. My trek starts at ...

Latino Festival, Darling Harbour, Sydney, NSW, Australia travel blog

Latino Festival

A travel blog entry by jawad

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One of the summer highlights when living in Sydney is the annual Sydney Festival - a feast of Arts and Culture packed into twenty two days. I have been fortunate enough to have attended many of the events so far, including "The Lazy Kings" at the Olympic ...

Election 2004, Sydney, NSW, Australia travel blog

Election 2004

A travel blog entry by jawad

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... propaganda and advertising related to the elections that were held here today. I was surprised to discover that everyone in Australia votes every three years, it's compulsory. And the ballot papers give the option of ordering all the candidates (for ...

And they are still here........., Sydney, Australia travel blog

And they are still here.........

A travel blog entry by tonyandsarah

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... in the bedroom but i doubt Martine will allow it. We went home to get ready for the night out. Due to the tsunami tragedy, Australia put together a telethon, broadcast live from the opera house. We bought 6 tickets for $25 each, which all of it went to ...

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