Sydney University Village
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... before we arrived at “Scenic World.” This was an area in a national park that features two cable cars over a huge gourge and a VERY steep railroad (the world’s steepest!) that goes down the side of the cliff. The railroad was so fun, we did it twice! Even Dad thought it was fun.There is a well known rock formation (yes, more rocks!) called the Three ...
... The hostel isn’t very full – wintertime of course. I’m writing this
at 7.45pm Sydney time and we’re both yawning!
Tomorrow we’ll pick up the rental
car and head off to the Blue Mountains which will be chillier than Sydney. We
have had a light drizzle this evening in the city. We won’t be late to bed
tonight I’m picking….
... things that go into setting up for a show and preparing to film and produce it. We walked through the make up room, saw the wigs that have been used, and learned about different people that have used special effects. The one place we didn't get to a we was the television studio where the news is broadcast from because they were busy while we were on our tour. However we still got to see so much and learn a lot about what it takes to put ...
... running around the museum for hours, we eventually went to go get hot dogs and drinks at the ice cream cart that a man wash pushing around. we left the museum at 6:24 pm and went home to look at all of the pictures we took and we sent them to my mom. after being on video chat with my family back home for a bit, we took our showers and ate ice cream. it was a really fun day. (: <3
... br> so they made a huge one (out of palstic) and made it a whole area for
tourists... On we went, making another short stop at Lennox head,
where we saw the sun set and the surf pick up, eventually making it
to Byron Bay.
The hostel here, felt more like a
budget resort with many families here too, a massive kitchen, good
washing machines and a cosy common room complete with a piano! Paul
was happy. There was also a popular restaurant right next door and