Manor House Boutique Hotel Sydney
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... to help so I could know what was going on. After falling back to sleep, another announcement was made. We were now turning around to land in Honolulu, Hawaii. The man needing evaluation earlier apparently was in need of some serious medical attention. After a few hours of waiting, we were finally back up in the sky on our way to Sydney.
After arriving, going through customs, and collecting my bag, I finally was reunited with the Australian local himself, Andy. We ...
Cloudy. Very high (90%) chance of rain, possibly heavy at times, easing later in the day. Winds south to southwesterly 20 to 40 km/h. 7am 8.7 degrees feels like 4.6 It's raining, again, still ..... Sydney was hammered last night and apparently this morning is experiencing a thunder storm too. The beagle girls are in straight away and it looks like another lazy day by the fire for them. I am up and Graham has made us a nice cup of tea. I phoned Sue for a catch ...
... our duty to make ourselves welcome in every hotel, and adventure they had pre-booked for 2.
With this being said, upon arrival in Bondi we unloaded mom and Squish and headed to their one bed hotel room. The hotel room itself was tiny, but the porch was unreal! The view was spectacular with Bondi unveiling its beauty right in front of us. We had a few drinks to celebrate and lots of laughs. However, night rolled around and we needed somewhere to stay. So yes, ...
... back to the hospital. I arrived around 8am and could barely walk or stand. The took me into emergency where I sat there in a chair until 8pm. The hospital was full and with no beds. They knew I was not well and in no state to be on my own.
On Day 4 (April 2nd 2015) I broke down. I let a few friends of mine (both here and back home) know what had happened. I just couldn’t be alone anymore. Although I like to think I am strong, sometimes a hug ...
... here are super friendly. And we spent about $50 US each for all the trains, buses and ferries we could consume. We tooled around the harbor on a slow ferry and a fast catamaran. We ended up at Cockatoo Island, a very pleasant surprise. It used to be a penal colony and then a shipbuilding base. Now it's a tourist draw. They turned the machine shops into sort of a living museum on shipbuilding. And they have camping tents and "glamping" ...