Alishan International Guest House
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... quite dated / expensive with a distinct lack of transparency with pricing and excursions that left us feeling a little screwed at the end).
That said, was a great trip but we still reckon Australia is the best country in the world!
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Julie picked us up at 10am and we went back to her house. Rhys was away at training.
It's one busy house - Elaine was there and her mum Dot is staying. Tieren and Harley came to stay also. It was a fun day laughing and being silly.
... 66 min flight (more like 20 mins for me because I slept through most of it) We were greeted at the airport by some family members we'd never met ... A cousin of David's mum, Russ and his partner Marg-Ann. You never know how it's going to turn out with "long lost" family but we had a fabulous few hours getting to know them while taking in some of Sydney's most iconic views... We will defiantly make time to visit again in the future ... So day one and we ...
... place on the 6th of October the sound of music for this month is expected to start bubbly and cheerful. Lined up next on the 7th of October are the Mozart's last symphonies with Richard Tognetti. A classic for all ages, Richard Tognetti perfectly brings to life Mozart's last three symphonies which were composed in a surge of inspiration between June and August 1788. Since he had no idea which would be his last, the 39th, 40th and 41st all combine to form a mighty ...
... on every Saturday. It was so busy. Vivid combined with the long weekend meant it was hard to move because of all the people. This is the second time this has happened to me, every time I have been in Sydney some event is on which basically means the world and its dog flocks there. Last time it was the Pope, this time bank holiday and some pretty lights. We grabbed a cocktail in one of the bars in the harbour and found a good place to stand to watch the show. ...