Waitara Waldorf Furnished Apartments
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I can't speak on my wife's behalf, but I love Sydney. Sure it's a touch cold and yes, I suppose it's just like a hundred other cities, but there is something about Sydney that I've only found in a handful of places although it would be hard to pinpoint exactly what that was. We grabbed some internet this morning at a cafe and then withdrew the solitary $10 that we submitted to our Australian bank accounts when we arrived in Melbourne, ...
... to said camp kitchen and cooked up a great lamb and veg stir fry. We had the place to ourselves and after a very nice repast and thorough wash and dry we headed back to Le Van, our electric heater (it's brrrrr cold out West), and bed for the last time this holiday.
Because we had already done much of the cleaning up all that remained next morning was to do a big load of washing and drying. That finished we headed off to Neale's Storage in Berrilee. It's a lovely ...
... design it. 80% of the steel used was from Middlesborough, England, which must have kept many people in work for several years during the hard times of the late 1920s and early 1930s. I read Alfred Edmonds (my maiden name), aged 59, died of tetanus after crushing his thumb whilst packing stones for the Bridge – I wonder if he was one of my Dad’s elder brothers who emigrated to Australia! The two pylons standing either end of the Bridge ...
After much thought, we decided to get rawson to do all our electricals for the ground floor and install only battens for the first floor. This saved us quite a lot of money but hopefully there wouldn't be any hiccups along the way. Signed and delivered the electrical plans off to ...
... these slow, graceful and somewhat dopey animals since I was a little kid at sea world and everyone else loved the pretty dolphins!
It was another scorcher and after a wander and lunch we headed back and began weaving our way about town soaking up the major sites on our last day. We bid goodbye to Jason and enjoyed a quiet evening planning our next steps in New Zealand, looking at cars and accommodation so we were all set for our early morning pick up and flight.