The Clarendon Guesthouse
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Nice room. Thanks for breakfast.
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... I considered waiting for him at the top with an ice cream. But my ever-present determination to get an **** like Beyonce's persuaded me that I should probably get stepping. Adam sprinted down like a mountain goat. I obviously had some very important touristic photos to take en route, so I didn't quite keep up the same pace. For the record, it took me half an hour and I nearly died. I'm not saying how long Adam took - I don't want his ego getting any ...
... 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 ...
... national anthem, and broke off into groups in which we talked about our hiking experiences. We rated our hike for the day on a scale from one to five with five being the highest. I rated the hike a three overall. The main reasons I had for it being a three was that most of the trail was actually wooden pathways and the rain was intense going up the stairs with the lightning. Wayne was leading our group and basically told us that we shouldn’t let something such as the ...
It was probably a good plan that we escape Sydney today as it is forcasting heavy rain and thunderstorms. We have hired a car for a few days to drive up to the Blue Mountains. They are only about an hour and a half drives away so not too many miles to cover. We set off and it soon started to rain! We drove through miles and mkles of apple orchards and plenty of stalls selling apple pies,so we stopped to buy one for ...
... white boots and beehive!
I also did a tour around the Opera House, which is very close by – the concert
hall is an amazing room with the biggest organ in the world (now I know there
are some smutty thoughts about that comment!).
They don’t need to use microphones in any of the three halls – the halls
are built to a design so that the sound projects without any help. The other two halls aren’t as majestic as the concert ...