Kubba Roonga Guesthouse
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... look down and snap her but I only managed one shot as I went weak at the knees as soon as I looked down. Janette was soon coming back up like an old Nanny goat and admitted her trek was pretty frightening. Her legs were like jelly for an hour afterwards (but luckily no chafing!). Many of the tracks were incredibly steep and we were nearly knocked over by a couple who had jogged up from the valley below. ...
... When we got to the bottom of the end of our journey, we were amazed to see that a French guy on crutches had managed the entire descent and journey below the cliffs too! When we first saw him on the edge of the Three Sisters nearly two hours before, he was jocund and full of banter. Now, he looked exhausted. He must have managed the journey thanks to sheer uncompromising determination, rather than any particular physical prowess. The train journey ...
... able to remove all our jackets and relax with a few games of cards. It got down to below zero that night, the coldest night of the entire trip. The next morning everything was frozen. It was so cold that night that I injured my neck in my sleep, now it is 6 days later and my neck still hurts, I have a pinched nerve somewhere in there which is causing pins & needles in my ...
... Channel 7 looked lovely in her bright emerald green jacket. She is so much taller and prettier than the TV gives her credit for. The weather was devine. I keep telling Jacob that nanna brought the sunshine. I'm thinking all the folk there today were happy that I brought some of the wests sunshine with me. I'm hoping to pull the rain behind us when we return home.
I grabbed a coffee from the cafe which was about to do a roaring trade and made sure I got all the ablutions ...
... an hour or so we reached the lunch spot at the base of another giant waterfall where a few people went swimming. After lunch we continued along the hike where I was able to talk with Wayne. He’s a great guy and we share a lot of interests. Before I knew it, we were done with this shorter yet equally enjoyable hike. We returned to the bus, got to the train station and headed home from this amazing weekend in the Blue Mountains that I will remember for the rest of my life.