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I booked this trip in February, and in the meantime the excitement has slowly grown :) First thanks goes to my dad for kindly running me to the airport for 7am this morning. His retirement days are definitely coming in handy! After a coffee and bacon baguette (with proper bacon; none of this european stringy stuff) it was time to have a browse …
Hopped off ship and took the free shuttle bus to Capilano suspension bridge and cliff walk.
Russell seems to have got over his height fears (must be age related???)
It was a goodtime to go as we seemed to beat the crowd.
The suspension bridge is 450ft long and 230 ft above the Capilano river and sways quite a …
Well arrived in Sydney and walked down to the Great Southern hotel. This is a good place to stay. Quite nice on the inside and very quite as we were well back from the street. Walked down to china town and had a great chinese with the locals in a food hall of all varieties of Asian food.Walked up George street and found a nice yoghurt place for …
... br> I had been telling
a friend of mine, Louise, all about how exciting gliding was and managed to
convince her to join me at the airfield for a winch flight. She said that
although she was dental hygienist by day, she had a secret desire for thrilling
sports. The appointed October day dawned sunny and beautiful and I was glad to
go gliding. We met at the Penhold FasGas and a very excited Louise then
followed me over the winding country backroads to the airfield. ...
... was the salmon hatchery which was a bit of a disapointment as the were no real fish just plastic replicas . Not as good as the trout hatchery in Rotorua which is free.
A short drive in the coach took us to the Capilano suspension bridge which is about 180 mtrs high and about 150 mtrs or so long. It does sway alarmingly but it is worth making the effort to cross as ...