Blaxland Accommodation & Conference Complex

250 Blaxland Rd, Ryde, New South Wales, 2112, Australia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Ryde

The adventure isn't over till... Well it's over!

A travel blog entry by rich_s


So far I am now 15 hours ahead of the uk and infinitely poorer then when I started however I am enjoying clear blue skies and swimming on a beautiful beach every day. I am, and have been for some months now, living and working on the Gold Coast in australia. Over the last few months I've been lucky to drive from Sydney through the blue mountains, Canberra, Melbourne and the great ocean road to adleide where I officially went into the red zone and ...


A travel blog entry by hanmarkham


... women's teams, so a bit of variation!!) It was crazy weather yesterday (lots of wind coming down from Queensland maybe) so we went to watch the surfers at Maroubra Beach...apparently the waves were 3m higher than normal, and they are usually pretty massive there anyway, so pretty impressive. Some very brave surfers out! Also went to see Mark's new work place, which is really near there. Today we are heading in to the CBD to go to the Museum of Sydney and ...

Last week. Not this week. Last week.

A travel blog entry by raniaandlaura


... and doesn't shut up) to beach training in Cronulla. The weather was much better than last time and we managed to get a bit of a tan whilst almost dying running in the sand. I tried to be cool and use a tiny board for surfing but it didn't happen so I paddled back in to shore having caught precisely zero waves. Rania was also a lot happier as she remembered to wear her cycling shorts to train in so she wouldn't get too Sunny and Sandy! Afterwards we had watermelon ...

Coogee to Bondi, Circular Quay and The Rocks

A travel blog entry by birniewedding


... on the raised stage; reminding us of a Dame Edna lookey-likely, with her horn rimmed glasses and wild curls of hair. Eventually we wandered on to The Rocks to start Craig's pub crawl, and find somewhere for dinner later. This was specially designed looking up various reviews on trip advisor and we decided that it would be a good idea to start at the Blue bar, which was supposed to high up with views over Sydney, so we could watch the sun set over the harbour, opera house, and bridge. ...

Old Haunts

A travel blog entry by shobden


It was great to see David and Jo again and plans for the weekend immediately took shape when we learnt that Jo's brother Michael had taken ownership of a coffee shop in the Blue Mountains. Travelling over to Mount Victoria in an air conditioned car was a good choice given that the temperature was in the low forties even in the mountains. We timed our arrival almost to perfection with it not being so busy that we couldn't chat to the new owner and ...


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