APX Apartments Darling Harbour
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... drunk' to get into the bar and couldn't redeem our voucher. This wasn't too much of an issue because the pride of winning was far more important than a bar tab and there were hundreds of other bars in the city. We went to a couple of them before stumbling back to our dorm room not too long before our alarms woke us up to tell us it was checking out time. After checking out we had 12 hours to kill until our bus came to take us to our next destination: Byron Bay. ...
... only 13% full. 3 other Trakmaster vans from Sydney area joined us for the night No one else in the area!. A crisp 4 degree night was offset by a campfire , congenial company,a drink or 2 followed by a cosy feather quilt & a sound sleep
... beat dropped”. You were just dancing around in a ft. of foam the whole show. I now want to go seek out more foam stages. The whole week while we were in Sydney the city had been preparing for their Mardi Gras celebration that weekend, also known as Gay and Lesbian Pride. Every restaurant, store, and all the streets were covered with rainbow flags, promotions for the events, and even one bank that put covers on all their ATMs changing it to GAY-TM. The screen ...
This was a day for learning and we went to The Rocks to learn about the convict past of Sydney. We also put on our sea fairing legs to visit Cockatoo Island - a former convict detention site from the 1840s.
There's a rich history to Sydney and The Rocks is the best place to access it. It ...
... the thought of a room full of people on snapback hats and short hair was not for me. Yet I still believe there may be some decent ones around. The highlight apart from discovering karaoke drag queen Wednesday's at Tokyos. Is the fact you came with a plus one and another great mate Kayleigh. Together both have given me a new outlook of Australians. They took me under there wing, fed me when I had no money, gave me places to stay when I had too much goon and ...