APX Apartments Darling Harbour
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... we had our photo taken against a blue screen before a lift took us up to the observation deck. At the top, Ben was transfixed by the view over the waterways between the harbour and the ocean. Sat gazing down at literally hundreds of watercraft with their crisscrossing white wakes, he was oblivious to the other tourists taking pictures over his head. The last few days have been a real revelation for Ben; he had no idea of the extent and complexity of ...
... lazy morning. Josie and I took the reigns and decided to plan Sydney so we wasted no more time. We headed in and went straight to the Sydney Jewish Museum - I was in my element. Next we walked to the Botanical Gardens, it was so beautiful in the sunshine as we caught glimpses of the bay and the city skyline in the distance. We ensured we paid Mrs Macquaries Chair a visit and soaked in the view as well as taking the typical ...
... will take me and my amazing Fiance Sarah (whom will also be writing in this blog) all over the world. Over the next two years i will be writing about our adventures and sharing our experiences with you, we begin here in the UK! old blighty.
With a little over a week to go before we fly our last minute prep is in ...
... and figured that I’d work it out. A maxi-cab came to get us at about 5:30. The airport is always a nice place to hang out when traveling with Dad because he’s a platinum Qantas member, the staff basically grovel at his feet when he flashes his card and he gets extra special treatment on board…. None of which he takes advantage! Okay, so let me skip all of the boring airport details, Sydney, cab, boarding in the harbor (we boarded at about 11:30 but ...
... my safety ankle rope was great. Once we were in the sea everyone pretty much caught the first wave and nose dived straight away. I think throughout that day id consumed at least 1-2 litres of salt water. Gipping in the sea was one of my finest moments. Amy almost knocked her self out with her board, poor little sausage. Considering she doesn't like uncontrolled water she ...