Bondi Waldorf Serviced Apartments
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The weather wasn't too great as we made the short trip to Bondi beach. The beach is world famous and has become too popular for its own good as apparently on very got days, it's like sardines in a tin. The sights however are amazing and although not the best beach I've ever been to, it's impressive how it's in such a populated area and it's kept very clean. Sydney would be a great place to work and live as after work in the summer you can ...
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... was the original barracks built by, and used by the original convicts who were sent there. A good tour. We needed a drink so went to the Museums cafe. As soon as we got in the waitress said we only had 5 minutes to order as they were closing (only 2.55pm for Gods sake). A tea and a coffee were quick to arrive and the staff were busy clearing up around us. Not a very relaxing break, particularly as the only other customer was also a nutter, this time female, who talked continuously in ...
... In: Once we got in, she showed me the place and my room, which is gorgeous and has a magnificent view! (Pictures to come). Then I took a MUCH NEEDED shower! Oh my goodness I felt so slimy after all that travelling, then we sat and chatted. When John came home, he does the morning and afternoon crossing guard at the local school now that he is retired (he is quite famous with the children apparently) we had a "glass of wine and nibbles" which is their ...
... to experience everything I can while I’m still malleable to the world. I want to live and make experiences before working. I don’t want to be part of the status quo that tells me to have a job, a house and settle down. I don’t want to become a slave to the daily grind. I will work for travel. I won’t let work control so much of my life.
I will do whatever it takes to get back overseas next year. When I come back, I will do whatever it ...