Travelodge Hotel Blacktown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Good news is I finally Made it!! Sad news is my luggage did not :( It was nice to be picked up by family at the airport and I was super excited to see them. As soon as I exited the Airport terminal I saw there right away. They said they noticed me because of the bright orange shirt I was wearing.. Good call on my point. My cousin drove me back to my uncles house which was a bout a 45 minute drive away. It still hadn't hint me yet that I ...
Arrived in Sydney approx 7.15am local time, managed to get a bit of sleep on this flight. Queue for immigration was long, we finally made it through but because Ian has had contact with farm animals we had to go through 'something to declare' and go through quarantine, just what we didn't need after a long journey. We got off lightly as they decided not to ransack our bags. We then proceeded to arrivals where Ian's friend (Bones aka Adam) met ...
We took the train and bus to Bondi Beach today, following the recommendation of my airplane seat friend to see the art exhibit "Sculptures by the Sea". It was quite beautiful, and we enjoyed the walk along the cliffs and beaches, scattered with interesting sculptures. We started at Bondi Beach, which had very fine soft sand, and then went past Tamarama beach with a giant frying pan sculpture on the beach, and ended up ...
Last day in Sydney :-( I love it here and could quite happily live out here so I'm sad to be leaving soon. I check out of the hostel and then go for a wander around the city. It takes me a while but finally I find my way to the pylon lookout at the Harbour Bridge and the view is really nice - loads cheaper than doing the bridge climb which doesn't actually look that high or challenging so I'm saving my money :-) Spend the ...
... fine. Don’t do anything stupid, keep an eye on your stuff, and you’ll be good. And just in case, keep enough money on you for a call home. Because if you get really scared, Mum is only a phone call away (love you mum!) 7. You will learn so much about yourself. You’ll start understanding yourself on a level you probably didn’t even know was possible. When you’re on the road and all the decisions are up to you, you’ll start to ...