Clarks @ Clovelly

272 Clovelly Road, Sydney, New South Wales, 2031, Australia | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Sydney

I'm in love

A travel blog entry by nathalievinckx


... some grocery. In the supermarket I was impressed again.
The food... I remember how I felt in New Zealand. I was a child in a candy store.
To be honest I like food a lot and I think it is important I can eat varied and healthy. I follow a lot of foodstagrams and I was Always jealous of their meals. Even in Belgium I didn't find the right products. My biggest problem in China, like a told in a previous blog, was the unhealthy food that all tasted the same. Here you ...

The big smoke of Sydney!

A travel blog entry by kiladoug

... the Opera house, the sun even managed to make an appearance. From there we made our way to the harbour bridge, we walked across halfway and then did a tour up one of the pylons on the bridge, which offered the most stunning views of the Opera house. We then headed towards the rocks, there was a market on so we had a little browse,I picked up a Jacket and Douglas got some pretzels from the German stall. As we walked on we noticed a German ...

Day 14: Sydney

A travel blog entry by caseyfmoore


It's been such a good day today! It's our first day in Sydney doing actual things besides touring the city. We first started off at The Rocks. The original buildings there are made from local sandstone, which is where it got it's name. In the earliest history it had a reputation of slums, that held prisoners, visiting sailors, and others. In 1900 it was hit by the bubonic plague which killed hundreds of locals. The rats that ...

10km to a hangover cure

A travel blog entry by guernsey-girl


... three so were pretty pleased. However after all those steps, I think I may be aching tomorrow. Manly is lovely, perhaps a bit too built up for the island atmosphere but lovely.

Manly beach is a "cool" area full of skaters and surfers and surrounded by beach. We milled around for a good while before heading to the ferry terminal when the weather turned and just in time. We narrowly escaped a serious downpour!


Strangers in a strange land.

A travel blog entry by luigisadventure

... back to the hostel, excitement filling both our hearts at the prospect of our next 8 weeks of adventure.

On our second day in Sydney we woke up around half 9. Chris wasn’t in a good way. He didn’t get a wink of sleep the night before and he looked paler than a powdered faced ghost. I felt terrible for him, especially seeing as I felt quite well all things considered. Jetlag hadn’t seemed to get me but it had taken hold of Chris like an ...


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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