Bondi Waldorf Serviced Apartments
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What a day! We woke up bright and early to the sound of birds and grabbed some coffee. We decided today was going to be a beach day! We packed up our bags and hopped on a bus hoping it would lead us to our destination. We had to do a transfer at the city centre, but we got there! Bondi is about half an hour away from where we are, and bussing it took almost an ...
... the bus was slightly delayed as the second I stepped outside the bus terminal another bus smashed into a delivery van. With no one hurt and only a little bit of yelling they both eventually moved out of the way and an hour later I arrived in Dee Why relieved to see a familiar face. We headed to Sarah's sister's apartment and after chilling out for a bit Claire headed over to pick us up to go to the mall. After shopping we were joined by one of Sarah's friends, ...
... times to come. Once we said our see ya laters, we showered and dressed up, to be ready and waiting for Poppy to return and join us on our sunset walk to the beach. 7pm the toot toot was heard to let her into the residential parking lot, then we were off on a warm summers evening through the hustle and bustle of busy Bondi. At the end of our street I noticed an alleyway lined with art. Reaching the beach front in time to see the sun disappear and the last of the ...
... and headed back to the hostel. The next day we were both feeling pretty delicate but headed over to Bondi to meet Rosie and James who were already over there. It was a sunday so transport was packed over there on the metro so we decided to walk it instead of get the rammed bus... This took a lot longer than expected! When we got there, we were pleasantly surprised with how nice Bondi was, a bit like a little cornish seaside town and hadn't been overly built ...
... br> Bronte Beach, which in our opinion put its close neighbour, Bondi, to shame.
With a mixture of beaches and cities, from hippy Byron Bay to cosmopolitan Sydney, we had a fantastic time. However time was getting on and it was time to see what the final city of Australia had to offer; Melbourne was calling! With the Great Ocean Road and the world's smallest penguins to see, it was time to hop on an overnight bus and head out of Sydney!
Lots of love, J&A xx