Metro Aspire Hotel Sydney
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... iVenture cards (used to pay for 3 'attractions' in the Sydney area - we'll get the 'Hop on hop off bus' in Sydney and Bondi, the 'Hop on hop off bus' in the Blue Mountains, and a guided tour of the Sydney Opera house to complement our 'evening of Shakespeare' on Tuesday - saving us $50 over the individual cost); and some advice about which buses to use to get to Bondi Beach where our apartment ...
... a couple of times. We thought it would be good preparation for our surf lessons in noosa. We had one night out whilst in byron bay were we went to a bar called the brewery which hosted an open mic night it was really good as there was so many different acts.
Here we are, our next stop along the gold coast. Just a short hour drive on the bus we were shocked when we arrived, as we were so used to long bus journeys. We had a nice scenic walk to our ...
... tell you, I probably had almost everything…
Being sick doesn’t replay help you when being far away from home, just trying to adapt in a new home, getting to know everything and trying to fully arrive in a country you’ve never been to.
I guess homesickness is what you call the result.
Slowly I’m becoming an expert on that topic.
But I’m also becoming better in learning how to deal with ...
... decent and impending climb back up was worth it for the beautiful pictures of the waterfall. Although I can see why the rock at the. Top has been nicknamed heart attack rock -I thought would be putting my CPR in to practice. We got back in the bus and headed to the top of the Blue Mountain range, scenic world and Echo Falls, including The Three Sisters. Lunch was made for us and it was actually a pretty sweet packed lunch. Then we set off down over 1000 steps to ...
... road to hire our little beast for the day. I was to be the designated driver since this was my hair-brained scheme, so slightly nervous about driving in a foreign city I was comforted by the fact that I would be driving an automatic. The rental place had other ideas though, so after a rushed key swap in the middle of the street with traffic backed up behind our double parked rental and so idea which way we needed to go, I was thrown into a manual (the ...