Sydney Hills Holiday Park
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When we first got there we unpacked all of our luggageThen we had a swim in our new pool, it was very warm especially the spa. After the pool we went out for dinner, the food was very yummy. After that we went to bed. The next day we went to SeaWorld. When we got there we went to the Sponge bob square pants parade. All of the characters were there …
... exploring a new city and in this city I was in love with everything. You have the city centre with high buildings, many shopping malls, banks and business, big hotels at every corner. This city is ALIVE!!!
And suddenly I saw an old Church in a park, it took me away from the busy centre.You got history in this city and old buildings with a lot of charm! It's a city with culture. Something that makes a city more liveable.
I walked into the docks, saw the ...
Day 4 – Sat 5 July - At Sea
We woke to an overcast morning after another good night's sleep. We decided to go up to breakfast a bit earlier to avoid the queues. However we forgot it was Brunch this morning from 8.30 so had to wait a little while. We got to share with 5 others, most of whom were seasoned cruisers. Several of them had cruised to NZ and enjoyed Tauranga very much and want to visit the South Is.
A quiet day today. We went to check out the library ...
... seems the same. I haven't changed my opinion on that. Although it was informative, and interesting, generally we both felt that it was more catered towards children/ families. The good part was that with our ticket we got discounted entry into Madame tussauds, and having never been to one, I was looking forward to it. It was good fun, even if most of the wax works were of Australian celebrities! But it was a good way to spend a rainy Sunday in ...
... we took a ferry to the Rocks, getting to see iconic stuff like the harbour bridge and the opera house along the way. The Rocks is a cool part of town (apparently it's also where the Deloitte office is located!) and on a Saturday it hosts a trendy market which is basically Sydney's answer to Portobello - lots of local arty products as well as ...