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... or lying in wait to catch a speeding car … we saw at least 4 or 5 of them. We made a quick toilet stop at Maccas at Thornleigh and were on the A1 heading north around 12.30pm.
Again, a few Smokey’s around but a good run through to Heatherbrae where we stopped at a McCafe for a couple of Flat Whites (FWs) to go. Years ago when we used to drive to Coffs Harbour on a regular basis, I thought Heatherbrae was a nice ...
We woke up to a fine blanket of snow on the ground. The roof tops looked like they had been sprinkled with icing sugar and the leaves glistened like they were covered in diamonds. I threw open our wooden balcony doors, and stood out in the crisp morning mountain air and just stood looking out. It was so silent, the kind of silence that almost hurt your ears. I would only hear the faint rustling of the ribbon leaves, followed by the occasional call out from ...
Our first stop in Australia....Sydney. After arriving we went straight out and saw the Sydney Harbour Bridge and Opera House lit up beautifully in the night sky. The next day as it was a clear and sunny day we headed off to the Blue Mountains, Simon loved taking the double decker train and once we arrived their excitement continued as we took the railway which is the steepest in the world at 52 degrees and you drop the height ...
... a line up to get in. It had just started to rain again so I think a lot of people had the same idea as us to retreat into the warmth for a while. We only waited a minute or two to be seated, and even though it was bursting at the seams, the food and drinks were quick. On leaving, what was now becoming the usual fun and games ensued as we handed over my phone with the Entertainment voucher! While we were eating we were trying to work out what we could do that was not ...
... I ran into a older volunteer that told us stories about his time working for the tour. He was a very pleasant man to talk to and told us about his experience as well as what the men on board the submarine back in it's golden day would do! It was a lot of fun at the museum and submarine and definitely worth the time to check it out! Our next and finally journey of the day was to the rugby game at ANZ Stadium. We got to watch the South Sydney Rabbitohs play the Wests Tigers. It was ...