Adina Apartment Hotel Chippendale
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... for Coffs Harbour, half way between Sydney and Brisbane which means the journey is 9 hours! Luckily NSW trains have a sale on & it's only costing $50 (£27)! I've heard good things about my new hostel, Aussitel, and the town in general. It's where I'm hoping to find some more farm work & set up home for a little bit....but definitely NO MANGO'S!! Although whatever may happen, NZ is still the bigger goal. Photo's are already up on facebook. Love to all back home. Matt ...
... us in the right direction.
On reaching High Street Kensington we hopped off the bus and walked in the wrong direction initially but as soon as I reached the next street I knew we were wrong so took out the map. Another kind Londoner asked us if we were lost to which he had a yes chorus. He looked at our ...
... Adelaide are very friendly and we chat all the way. It is very cool and we begin our climb. Jill is our guide and she stops many times as she explains the details about the bridge. How it was build , why and when. She also goes into many details about other sights eg Sydney opera house. It is a beautiful sunny day and as we stand at the top of the bridge and watch the boats go through the harbor I think of Barb as we wanted to do this climb when we came before ...
... It is seriously ten times prettier in real life then in all the pictures.
We did a junior tour of the Sydney opera house which was definitely a good choice because that way the tour was super interesting. Our tour guide's name was Alex and he was great with kids. He was super energetic and fun which made it enjoyable for everybody. Sadly, we weren't allowed to take any photos inside for copyright reasons but, we still took tons outside.
We learned lots on ...
... long seat per group, and the ride basically goes round and round in circles waving up and down. So Abby was the unfortunate one that was sat on the outside, so we just slid right to the outside and couldn't force ourselves apart the whole time. Shame there weren't any photos because we looked an absolute picture and came off crying with laughter! Once we had recovered, we queued up for 'The Wild Mouse', a rickety old rollercoaster which was a barrel of laughs ...