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The Dee Why area has seen much change over the years. Far gone are the days when Dee Why was a sleepy little country town where Sydney-siders would come for weekends away, and take their annual vacations in the early 1900s, before the Sydney Harbour Bridge linked the city to the Northern ...
... Sydney looking like drowned rats was not the one! After getting to know the group a little better I find out that everyone is lovely, and everyone is travelling solo (which was a relief) apart from two couples. We end the day with dinner at the bar attached to our hostel, Scary Canaries, and we stay on for the pub quiz (which we won!) Day two (Tuesday) is essentials day, where we get our Medicare and banking sorted, followed by lunch ...
... from the city and in the wrong direction I think, passed loads of little boutiques that seemed expensive. I did see a signpost for loads of distances, London was on there but the only one I remembered was Cape Town 11017km (that's one for you Liam!) In a minute I'm going to go downstairs and get a feel for the place here! The kitchen is so strange it's like massive fridges like walking down the freezer aisle at asda! They've all got cool bags in with everyone's food inside and ...
... the area a tourism site. I walked around the market, just outside and popped into the comprehensive and friendly visitors centre, to collect a few ideas for what I might like to do, while I am here. A nice walk back in the sunshine and home, to cook dinner, fresh salmon and salad with natural yoghurt and berries for desert. See I can do healthy when i want to! Oh but I did find the bottle shop en route home, so a glass or two of C******nay to accompany ...
... and serenity of the scene - Graves 'n' Waves! Just round the corner from this unusual cemetery, also perched startlingly on a cliff top, sits a Bowling Club of all things! - Clovelly Bowling Club to be precise. Now if it wasn't bizarre enough to stumble across a cliff top cemetery, then a bowling club, imagine our looks when we noted that all the bowlers were wearing strange hats, ranging from a silver shiny crash helmet to ...
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