Dunkirk Hotel (Kirk On Harris)
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... than any of the expensive flats in the harbour on the other side for sure!
The Blue Mountains were also beautiful, even in the overcast conditions, and they were definitely worth a visit. I also met up with one of the girls I had traveled with back in Asia which was nice and we had a good catch up from the last few months.
Whilst I was in the city I also met up with a couple of other ...
... and always see divers out there doing their thing. Terry loves to scale rocks and is often out of sight looking for a good spots to perch. We're gonna miss Bondi but the traveler keeps moving...
We say farewell to Bondi with a great meal with Toby at ribs and burgers off of hall street. The food and milkshakes are yummy and Toby has been a great house-mate.
I have my last day with Edward, which is sad as he's been such ...
We started today at Ogilvy public relations then we did the Sydney Bridgewalk from 4 to 730. The public relations visit went very well they were very helpful insightful and educational. The city Bridgewalk was amazing. When I say we did a Bridgewalk we didn't just walk across the bridge. We walked on the top of the bridge. This wasn't a required activity for the class but nine of us ...
... I know I have learned so much about myself, about my relationship with Sag, my parenting abilities and our family as a unit. I may have been to Australia many times before but I leave this time with a heart full of gratitude for the giant basket of experience and knowledge I bring home with me this time. Seeing the world through my children and husband's eyes armed with the deeper knowledge of my Creator and my relationship with Him has made this such a poignant life ...
... the Blue Mountains.
Arriving in Lithgow we do a quick change into cycling gear and then we are off to Wallerawang which is 15 kms down the road. After a couple of days of not cycling, flights and 3 hours on the train, we are greeted with a couple of slightly big "undulations" practically on the doorstep as we are coming out of Lithgow.
We are a little early to book into ...