Clarks @ Clovelly

Address: 272 Clovelly Road, Sydney, New South Wales, 2031, Australia | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Woolloomooloo/Kings Cross area of Sydney, is near Coogee Beach, Bronte Beach, Bronte, and Coogee/Lurline Bay Walk.
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Week 4...

A travel blog entry by catreynolds on Nov 10, 2015

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... show with her double face, she looked amazing! The night was pretty good, but I think Scary Canary has defeated me, I was home by midnight and even had a headache the next day. I'd love to blame the goon (it's just a name for cheap wine in a box, but it's treat like the best thing since sliced bread by the travellers over here) but I wasn't even drinking that, so possibly I have to put it down to me "not being as young as I used to be" I ...

Backstage Passes

A travel blog entry by shayna_mae on Oct 04, 2015

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... unique information, especially because I personally have seen a lot of theaters before, so just the fact of standing in them isn't the most exciting thing for me (and I wasn't the only one- there were a couple of other theatre people on the tour as well). And my biggest problem with her was that she wasn't respectful of the spaces. She admitted she wasn't supposed to touch any of the props or costumes, and then did so anyway, letting the people ...

The Final Post and Some Statistics

A travel blog entry by pseudonym on Sep 22, 2015

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... to the river we went off in search of . . . you’ve guessed it . . . coffee! What else at 10 am? We found an excellent brew at a café right on the river, and followed that with a loooong walk – The Foreshore Way. Yet another pretty little coastal town with a solid little history involving centuries of Aboriginality, followed in the early nineteenth century by white settlement, the felling of the huge forests of Red Cedar that used to grace the area and finally ...

I want to talk to the animals

A travel blog entry by revelstokian on Sep 01, 2015

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Tuesday was Zoo day. We left the hotel early, looking for free internet. One thing that we’ve found, when travelling, is that free internet is not as prevalent as it is in Canada. Our hotel advertises free internet, but in the small print, you see that you get 100 mb/day free…anything more and you pay $10/day. That 100 mb is not enough to check our emails, and upload my blogs as well, so every morning, we have to look for a restaurant ...

Running and Reading, Finish with a Bang

A travel blog entry by rdkflaherty on Jul 22, 2015

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... sound as we all sunk out teeth into the original donut ... Caleb came too and said he could see Angels. After lunch Christine went to explore the Botanical Gardens while Caleb and I went to the library for one last library visit, of which there have been many during that past 13 months. Caleb read two 69 page books himself!!! The last supper and final purging of items as we packed. I of course ...

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