Wahroonga Waldorf Apartments
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... my eyes. The only feeling I can remotely equate is those rare Christmas Eve’s when big snowflakes drop, love and joy and music fills you up. My entire being was elevated.
Sydney has been the sweetest note to end our trip on. We started with our traditional hop on/hop off tour – both the two land versions and here the ferry system is just as critical, so ...
... sandwiches we'd purchased back in the town. Nic spotted an unusual bird perched on a telegraph. Creeping closer we identified it as a kookaburra. It has to be the most adorable bird in the world. It actually looks like a bird crossed with a teddy bear! Before continuing on to our destination, the boys decided to use the facilities. A few minutes later they emerged and John revealed it had been more of an experience than he’d bargained for. ...
... came out of my own pocket when I was working at Greater Union Cinemas – it wasn’t a lot of money, but I started off and still do travel within my means.
My first big trip was to United States of America in 2012, three of my high school friends were all free at the time and thought it would be a great adventure to travel together to the States and experience the Coachella Music Festival at Indio Desert. We were all 21 and it just felt like the ...
... managed to organise 4 flat viewings for today. We went to see a big shared house in Beecroft, a small shared flat near Macquarie, a shared house in Eastwood and finally a horrible hostel just outside the city. After a long day we decided to go for the shared house at Beecroft as the room was really big and the house and a nice family feel to it. We went back to the hostel to pack up our backpacks as we arranged to move in the next day - see ya Sydney, it's been a delight.
... s Square....simply breathtaking!