Castlereagh Boutique Hotel
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... Darling Harbour where we had lunch.
After lunch we then explored some of the shopping areas near Chinatown and Thaitown before it started getting dark and was time to head back. By this stage it was also time for food...again. During the day the CBD was packed with every conceivable food option, at night...nothing. We ended up walking around for quite a long time with very limited choice till we eventually opted for a pizza and pasta place called ...
... the dark corridors with a candle his only light. It was magical. It was so worth the €9 for the experience. Stopped on way back to bus for a drink and photo with the colorful cows. As we don't have wifi working at our place we grabbed free wifi waiting for the train from Rennes to Paris. Have to say the trains are brilliant. On time, fast and so smooth. I want a castle in Winmalee. The amount of villages we saw on the way back on the train who have their ...
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Here I am, stop scratching my itchy feet (no, not the fungus issues)...a traveller kind of itching.
After seeing and "hearing" what happened to Malaysian Airlines MH17, I am prepared for my flight that is going to re-route, possibly longer. Which mean I might ...
... who was in charge over social media marketing. Last but CERTAINLY not least, we climbed.. The Sydney Harbour Bridge!! It's hard to articulate the beauty I experienced walking across the bridge today. Once again, I cried (I'm such a baby). It was an absolutely breathtaking and speechless experience and I'm so thankful I had to opportunity to cross that off my bucket list. Until tomorrow! All my love, ...
... After that we went to Woolworths to do some jobs like prepping our CVs for when we get home and look for supply work for the remainder of the summer term. We were starving for dinner so were glad when Jen and Ang were on time. Chiara the Italian Stallion was cooking Italian food and what started as a dinner party for 4 ended up as 10! Dinner was delicious, apparently a Parmigiana is made with shed loads of cheese and ...