Medina Serviced Apartments Double Bay
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... fun atmosphere, I knew this would be the best holiday of my life, and I was right!
Waking up to the glistening ocean and bright sunshine reflecting off the ocean, it was a gift from God.
Looking out off the ship and seeing nothing but ocean for what seemed like forever was magnificent.
Stopping off at 4 islands every second day was the most delightful experience i've had, due to ...
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March 20, 2015
It was an easy cab drive from the airport to our room in an AirBnB house in Newtown. We're renting a room from Nicole, a single mom and her young daughter. The location is ...
... door shut. The room inside was obviously pitch black so when I opened the door, the light from the hallway shone in and illuminated a small part of the floor. I'm not kidding when I say there were at least two dozen bugs that scattered when the light hit them. I swear had we turned on the main light I think we would have seen the aliens from Men In Black scatter into the abyss. We regrouped and decided to open the door slightly, reach our arms in and grab my blankets ...
... the designer & constructors of the bridge itself. Facts like 6 million rivets used, 8 years to construct, 25 years to gain approval & only 3 workmen dying from falling from the Bridge can't help but impress. The whole climb involved about 1400 steps, 31/2 hours and several cheesy but can't be missed photo opportunities. The views of the Harbour & City are fantastic. After all that excitement we had to celebrate with a lunch of seafood platter & a "schooner" ...
... to see Ernie. We wait until everyone is on the front lawn and then let him out of the gate. He is so excited to see us and runs and jumps between us getting patted and tickled.
He licks Lily's feet.
We head inside and are greeted by a beautiful bunch of flowers and a welcome home card from our house sitters.
It feels good to be home.
We start the unpacking, washing and settling in.
Until next time...............