Manly Guest House
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... I climbed through a hole in a gate, and although it probably wasn't the smartest idea I ever had, the views and pictures were all worth it. On our way back we headed to Shelly beach, which was filled with some of the most beautiful colored shells and coral. We walked around town before taking the ferry back. By this time is was dark and the city was gorgeous lite up at night. Like most of my pictures taken today, they just won't do this area justice.
... is carpeted in VERY purple carpeting. Near it’s beginning, they invited Pavarotti, and held a lavish reception for him in the foyer. He opened the door, and would not go in. He’s very superstitious, and purple to him was a very unlucky colour. So they moved the whole reception over to the foyer in the other building, and had the reception only 3 hours late.
The organ has 168 pipes showing, and 10,000 more in behind. It is the largest mechanical organ in ...
... how addictive surfing can be: 'Just one more wave.' All the while, the lifeguards were working very hard to keep hundreds of bathers out of the rip zones. The shrill sound of their whistles barely stopped whilst we were on the sand and was occasionally reinforced by a stern tannoy announcement blaring across the beach. We met Stella, Steph and Sam (who had only just got back from holiday) for a delicious Indian meal just off the Corso. Hopefully nobody noticed ...
... by Australia in the Cricket World Cup on our way past a pub TV screen. Stood next to one of the bridge's four pylons, we looked down at the harbour below. Wedding parties were actually queuing up for photos next to the water and a group of people were lying down making a human picture on the lawn below. Our last stop in the city was at a striking installation across the water from the Opera House, where hundreds of coloured lanterns in the ...
... for lunch at Katoomba. We then started to head back, we stopped off at Sue and Graham's for a quick glass of wine/beer before we got the train at Riverstone back to Winyard at 18.10. By 19.20 we were back at the hotel in time for a drink and some pickies. We are now packed ready for a 5am depart it on our way to Singspore ...