Cronulla Beach YHA
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... that would only clear every now and then so we couldn't actually see the sky that well. It was however nice to see the city start to light up as day became night and we got some more pictures. Eventually we headed down and went to get some food. We had planned on sushi but it was getting pretty late so we had to just grab whatever we could find. When we headed back to the hostel most of our roommates were packing as they were leaving the next day. I got talking to the Belgian ...
... to spend some money none the less.
We returned that evening to see the fountain and light show before heading out for dinner.
On a full flight we were then bound for Zurich and then an hour and half drive to our new home.
We have now been in Austria for just under a week and what a busy week it has been. The first day was spent catching up with Rogers family and friends and going to a local Christmas ...
... and she then handed us on to a nice Balinese lad who took us straight through customs and security. We were last off the plane but in the first group out of the airport, total time took about 10 minutes, and it does go to show that 'good things come to those who wait'!
We had a car booked through our accommodation but were unable to find our driver and thoughts of our first trip instantly came back to haunt us, but we went to information and they did a call over the ...
Up a bit early this morning as Mei's Mum Jenny is flying back home to Malaysia and we wanted to see her off. Had a long day out today, travelling first through the Discovery Centre, Kurnell to Botany Bay where Captain Cook landed in 1770 on Endeavour. We also saw a monument to the first British subject to die in Australia - Forby Sutherland on 1st May 1770 - ...
Mixed feelings as our ship and our long holiday came to a finish with the ship docking in Sydney at 7am.
Our baggage had been taken the night before apart from our hand luggage, of which we still had a large amount.
We managed to get off easily enough, and once we'd located our luggage, found a couple of lads who were porters who took our gear outside to the taxi rank.