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Over the three years that Geoff lived in NSW, we would visit Sydney on some of my weekends up there. This city is fast paced, hustle and bustle with lots of people walking through the main CBD area, George St and Chinatown. Darling harbour on the weekends is often a great lively atmosphere with some fantastic restaurants (such as Hurricanes) and …
After an eventful journey involving thunderstorms,diversions to a Malaysian airport we had never heard of , plane delays and 2 lost bags we eventually arrived in Sydney!!
weather warm sitting at Manly beach trying to keep everyone awake watching the surfers
No bags yet but hope they will arrive before we leave Sydney
Today is my 65th birthday - what a place to spend it. Opened my cards and then we set off to catch the ferry to Watson Bay. A very picturesque bay but the beach not as good as Bondi. There are a lot of fish restaurants here - Doyle's is a well known name in Sydney. Once again the day had started cloudy but soon warmed up. After eating fish and …
Left Ayers Rock for Sydney. Good flight. We are staying at the Breakfree on George Street. George Street is one of the main roads in Sydney and if you keep on walking down it you end up in Sydney Harbour. On our first night out we went to Darling Harbour. Lots of eateries to choose from and just in front of our restaurant was an open air cinema …
We caught the train from Central station up into the Blue mountains. It takes about 2 hours on the train. It was quite cloudy when we started out but as it got to lunch time the sky cleared and the sun came out. They are called the Blue Mountains because of the eucalyptus trees which give off a blue haze. We got off the train at Leura - a scenic …