Reef Resort Apartments
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... day packs. Off to collect glasses next and then we are headed to the airport. We managed to kill plenty of time and after Jules left for her flight I went for a massage and wandered the shops. It's 11:22 and I'm finally through to the departure area. Only 12 hours to go. Awake at 5, so I've been awake for 19 hours already. This part ...
... Seal Rocks. Again our campsite was right beside the sea and as well as other campers it was home to a large group of wild kangaroos who weren't in the least bit bothered by all the people! Possibly the best thing was that we finally got to see some whales! Not on a tour but just by looking out from a headland by our campsite! There were maybe about 10 humpback whales just off the coast, ...
... quiet as the bank holiday weekend had just finished however the hostel was still very busy.
The hostel was right next to Chinatown and I had spotted a cheap barbers called gangnam style as we had arrived. When we went in two crazy Chinese women were cutting a guys hair and laughing as he was completely shocked by what had happened to his hair. Apparently they had misunderstood the number he wanted his hair to be cut. I was a little worried but thought it would be ...
I managed to book exit row seats on the Qantas A380 upper deck, right down the back of the plane. Upper deck is first class, business class and about 20 economy seats. The flight time to Dallas is 15.5hrs. Depart Sydney 1pm, arrive Dallas 1pm, on the same day. Time travel on the Qantas Starship Enterprise. ...
... all the activity in the harbour and admire the natural beauty that the Sydney area has to offer.
I guess I should explain something here. I know I sound like a gushing lover, and, in a way, I am. I have seen many cities around the world, and, as a rule, I am not a fan of these congested urban industrial based areas. Sydney is different. There are no industrial areas in the inner harbour…no big grain elevators, no container ports, no piles ...