Balmain Budget Accommodation
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Lovely quiet hostel, super affordable and staff are v friendly. Free brekky and wifi and cheap washing :)
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Finally the holiday begins. Booking your holiday well in advance has advantages, mainly something to look forward to and slightly cheaper fares (allegedly). It does have one big disadvantage though. Waiting! But, eventually the big day is upon us. Yes, the part that some people embrace, and the part I loathe the most - the actual getting there. I love Australia, really I do - but why did we have to put it so far away from everything? There is something ...
... healthcare professionals from China descended on the city for a ...
... and two FWs from Maccas.
Back on the road at 9pm in the rain, we took it easy and eventually got home quite late. I have to say the “girls” weren’t that fussed about being woken up - our friends had been feeding them in our absence … they “thawed” out the next day. It was great to be home and sleep in our own bed.
Road trip ...
... of the most prime real estate in Sydney. You have to take a ferry there (ahem, SF?) and as usual the ferry was one of the best vantage points for views of the city. We spent the day posing with Koalas (the cutest!) and debating the ugliest native animal. Our alcohol content running dangerously low, we tried to venture out of the area to experience different neighborhoods of Sydney, but we got tired and just ended back at our familiar stomping grounds. That night we had the best ...
... protest, joined by pensioners, to voice their concern over the cuts in education and the rising costs. The masses were shouting and carrying signs while marching past our hotel. They were accompanied by TV crews, mounted police on horseback and at least a 100, probably more, police on foot. They are concerned about health care and the age at which retirement can be collected. Sounds familiar.
We had another great day in Sydney and Manly!