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This morning we took a ferry ride to Manly...and wished we hadn't. It is like a very hot Blackpool with surfing. We watched the waves for a while and then decided to return to Sydney to explore the area called The Rocks which is one of the original parts of the city. As we took the 35 minute journey back we tried to imagine what it must have felt like to be a convict arriving in Botany Bay after a long sea ...
... I nearly dozed off but managed to stay awake just to see the film end but Andy flagged and slept like a baby towards the end. I watched a little news afterwards to while away a bit more of the day. As soon as the rain ceased we changed to go out to find some tea time treats at 6pm. Wandering down Hall Street checking out all the menus on offer in the various eateries enticing us in. The place that took our eye the most was the chic little Le Paris-Go cafe, with its ...
... in the morning. Hurray for earplugs! As Australia is extremely expensive it feels a bit weird not to be working, although I don't mind living the shameless good life of course ;-). Had perfect weather for doing some activities, such as walking around the city, visiting festivals, hiking through the Blue Mountains, as well as taking the ferry and hang at the beach. Thanks to the thinned Antarctic ozone layer, the UV radiation ...
... big bag with me. I'm so glad I did. I wandered up and down George Street and eventually found the Queen Victoria building and what I thought was the bus stop. I noticed a sign saying you had to buy tickets before getting on the bus so I wandered around for another 45mins trying to figure out where to buy a ticket. Eventually I found a little booth and was pointed in the right direction. By this point it was 2.20pm so I grabbed something to eat and headed back towards the ...
We all took a trip on the Ferry to Cuckoo Island, took some photographs of everything on the way. This was a an old Naval Base in the Second World War, which serviced all the vessels, their turbines, assembled the engines and manufactured the prop shafts and ...