The Metropole Guesthouse
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... the main road and rejoined our trail at Luera forest - backtracking to the three sisters. A masterpiece of erosion, the first sibling is linked by a bridge and you can sit in a hollow halfway up the stack over the valley and under the tottering monolith. The unusual rock formation is the biggest tourist attraction and floodlit until 11pm. They stand 3000ft above sea level and an aboriginal dream legend tells of their formation. Three beautiful sisters fell in love with men ...
After breakfast and coffee at the cafe again, we checked out and were off towards Dunedoo, Mudgee, Lithgow, Bilpin before we zipped down to Burralow Creek for just one final 4wd road and camp for the trip. The Paterson Range fire trail wasn't in too bad condition at all and we were down in the valley in no time. There were 3 groups of campers set up and we found a nice spot by ...
... hostel has a rule that no electronics can be used in the common areas between 8-9pm. This is actually a great idea and everyone had to talk and socialize. We drank lots of wine and went for a late dinner at the Old City Bank Brasserie.
Saturday morning we had an early start and took a bus tour to the Jeloan Caves. We did a tour of the Orient Cave and it was ...
... nippy in the mountains before boarding the coach again. Here is where I think it would have been better to go ourselves since we could have spent more time exploring the town and maybe doing one of the nature walks, but then we may not have made it to the caves in time.
It had been a two hour ride into the mountains and it was another 1.5 hours to the caves. The group of Indian tourist chatted at volume and played numerous Bollywood YouTube videos during the ...
... If you really take your time and stop and spend time in each location then yes. The walk starts at the fabulous Icebergs Swimming Club.
Wow! It was not disapointing. We passed so many beautiful spots, beautiful coves and beaches. Once we arrived in Cogee and had a little rest it was back on yet another bus to Circular Quay. We had a wander arond town and in a few shops. I had some money left to me from my beautiful grandma ...