Periwinkle Guesthouse on Manly Cove
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... of Wally whenever he could. Thankyou my darling for working so hard and making this trip the trip of a lifetime.
And finally to everyone who has taken the time to read this blog, thank you so so much. It made it so much more fun sharing it like this and writing has ignited something in me that I hope to continue in some way. And so until my next adventure what more can I say but....Where's Wally??!
PS my visitor count to this blog as of today is 1300...wow!
... Manly Wharf and take the trek from either sides to take in the beauty of the coastal walk.
The walk is very well-signed and ofters many detours to go off the track and explore further.
On the way, Fisher Bay, Sandy Bay, Clontarf Beach, Castle Rock Beach and Forty Baskets Beach offer young and old with short peaceful havens, to relax, unwind and bask in the warm sun. Kids and pet dogs are a common sight all through the trek, playing on the beaches, taking ...
... more than made up for it. I actually preferred the emu to the kangaroo but, most importantly, can now say I have eaten the Australian coat of arms. We stayed at the Australian for a while soaking up the sun and enjoying the cider until we realised it was 3 o'clock and we didn't have much of the day left anymore! We walked back to circular quay and looked at times for the next ferry to Manly. We went to buy a ticket but the guy told us it would be cheaper to just get ...
... Brewery, which was the local pub in Olympic Park. Spent the rest of the arvo having some drinks before returning home at a reasonable hour ready to head back to work on Tuesday.
We made another attempt to make it to the Blue Mountains this weekend, so chilled out on Friday night before an early start Saturday. Although, again, it was too wet to go so we stayed home for the day trying to have a productive day cleaning, doing travel research and writing ...
... here are super friendly. And we spent about $50 US each for all the trains, buses and ferries we could consume. We tooled around the harbor on a slow ferry and a fast catamaran. We ended up at Cockatoo Island, a very pleasant surprise. It used to be a penal colony and then a shipbuilding base. Now it's a tourist draw. They turned the machine shops into sort of a living museum on shipbuilding. And they have camping tents and "glamping" ...