Sydney Harbour YHA
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSydney Harbour YHA
A fantastic hostel, the best I have stayed in. Modern and extremely clean. Well equipped kitchen and large dorm rooms. Plus it is in a great location.
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... type of show. It was great to take a tour and meet so many amazing people that affect what is produced every day! After ABC our next mission was lunch... since the tour lasted a while past our lunch time. Once we were fed we watched Leah and Matt participate in the Ice Challenge. When that was all over it was around 4pm so Casey, Matt, Diana, Josh, and I went over to the ANZAC memorial that is just around the corner in Hyde Park. It was ...
I woke up ready to seize the day! I can't believe I'm in Australia, of all places! :-)
First, let me say it's very warm (around 70 degrees) and doesn't feel like their winter at all. Although, I hear a lot of other backpackers say it's cold and some folks around town are bundled in scarves and heavy jackets. I really don't understand.
Anyway, it was a very productive day. I started the job search/application process, set up and funded my bank ...
We took a full (every seat occupied- very cozy) shuttle bus to the hotel. Ours was the first stop. It was much too early to check in, so we left our bags in storage and headed out. We wandered closely but picked up a map advertising free walking tours, so thinking it would be a great way to,see the area, we joined to tour led by a young man born and raised in Sydney. ...
... are 'always' there to not see one...we did
though spot a stingray swimming along the rocks. We also had another
amazing sunset whilst walking along the beach which has to be one of
my favourite things to see whilst travelling. Walking back into the
main shopping area it was a great atmosphere with many families still
all out with their picnics (no just some sandwiches but full on meals
with table cloth, wine and beer) and some great fire dancers (travel
... so maybe that's why too! We had a great 4 days though and are now flying to Melbourne this afternoon! We spend 2 days in the city before we pick up a camper car for 5 nights and then we go back back to the city for another 2 nights before we fly to New Zealand next week! Chris is very excited for the road trip and also our first day which is when we go to Philip island to see the penguin parade! More updates on Melbourne and penguins to follow soon, lots of love to family and friends! ...