Quest Mascot Serviced Apartments
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Busy morning with final packing touches, extremely long train ride to the international airport (tomorrow will be longer however). Finally arrived at out AMAZING hotel Rydges which is right across the road from the departure terminal! Early flight tomorrow so its off to bed for me! Sweet ...
... the amount of people on the roads and in the shops/cafes.
Our first point to check out was the lifeguard tower, as I had seen many times on 'Bondi Rescue' which was right by where we got off the bus and in the middle of the beach. The beach was very busy, as we knew it would be but we were impressed by the size and beauty of it. As we walked along the beach, we went up hill to the 'Iceberg baths' which I had never heard of.
The iceberg baths were ...
... through two very different climates, we need a few things!! Mind you the two big bags are full of Vic's gear he couldn't take when he left in October. Gee I am a good sister! We said our goodbyes to Penny and shed a few tears, gave David heaps of instructions (he wont remember anything, so I am not sure why we bothered) and then left our lovely home in Forestville. We arrived at Sydney airport 10:15 am where everything couldn't have ...
"Can you come this way sir?" Said the voice of a little Chinese looking man in Sydney International Airport as I tried to go through immigration. "I am Mr....and I am an immigration officer, there seems to be an issue with your visa" Of course there is. I've went from a life of bliss in New Zealand for the last five weeks and I have to come back to my most hated city in the world, Sydney. It's not that I hate Sydney as a place, there are some beautiful ...
... we met Hannah and Rick. Rick was a dutch surf instructor who was the chaperone for dinner. Hannah was Finnish (but speaks Swedish, not Finn), blonde, petite and 20. After dinner we all went to the teepee village for a few drinks. We realised that Hannah was in our teepee and we also met dutch Pete taking up the last bed in the teepee. Tanya from Germany joined us for drinks which then turned into a trip into town, at least after ...