Castlereagh Boutique Hotel
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So here we go, the start of something that doesn't have a predetermined end. Day 1 in Sydney! Overall feeling: tired but excited. Made the mistake of walking for 7 hours in flip flops in 32degree heat today- my feet now hate me. What a great day it was though. Set off with no map, no guides, no help and not a care in the world. It's a beautiful city, great parks, cool little bars all ...
... days previously. It is the Centenary of the Gallipoli Campaign, when twenty Cunard ships were lost taking troops to the front line. The Anzac cruise is in memory of World War I and II Australian and New Zealand troops. In WW11 Churchill credited Cunard's Queen Elizabeth and Queen Mary in shortening the War in Europe by at least a year. There was a display on the Quay and we were asked to place a poppy on ...
... knew I could work again and start saving.
The only downfall of putting my studies back a year, was the year I graduated it was very competitive to secure a position at the hospital I work at. Positions were scarce and they had changed the positions to temporary instead of permanent. Had I finished the year before, I would have had a permanent contract and more opportunities. There are days I think about my decision but I have some amazing memories with my friends ...
... where we had to fill in a consent form and have a breathe test, fortunately we passed. Into the next room where we each had to introduce ourselves and say why we were doing the climb. We were then given our suits. In the changing rooms we were advised to strip down to our underwear otherwise we would be very hot. We were then given the clips for our glasses and hat and a handkerchief. Once we had our harness on ...
... and found a pub on the corner and had lunch.
After lunch we walked from Coogee Beach to Bondi Beach - This was a beautiful cliff top coastal walk which featured stunning views, beaches, parks, cliffs, bays and rock pools. The beaches included Tamarama, Bronte, and of course Coogee and Bondi. In the middle of the walk was Waverley Cemetery, the most scenic burial ground in the world! ...