Checkers Country Resort & Conference Centre
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... way around. Fish and kangaroos have been carved into the sandstone by the Eora people's and are slowly eroding away. Many similar sites have been lost with the cities development. Shellfish middens scatter the trail. We walked quietly both considering the year, and the life we were leaving behind. I remembered arriving at Ayutthaya in Thailand, four days in, the point where we thought, we're really here, and we can really do this. Tired and a little burnt we ...
... to the QVB and then across to Darling Harbour. Sangria and beer at a cafe on the water was lovely. We then walked over to Chinatown to decide that we had Japanese last night and were not really feeling like Asian...so back to Darling Harbour where we couldn't really find something that we all wanted. We couldn't get in to a couple of places that we could all agree on...finally, we all sat down at an overpriced place where we were given a seat near the kitchen and ...
... weird; if anyone hacks you though as a result you can't blame us! 4th January 2015 The day had come to leave Morgan's house and move on - fortunately to meet up with someone else who had offered a place to stay over New Years. Friends of friends of friends would be putting us up and were very welcoming! We pretty much dropped our bags and left though as we had to be at Emma's for a BBQ. The BBQ was nice if a little windy at times and being at Emma's meant Vicky ...
... summer, I agreed to tag along on her travels to the other side of the world. I didn't think it would actually happen but by god I'm glad it did! The last 6 weeks, as evidenced by this blog, have been utterly immense filled with great people and locations. Adding in the cheeky trip to Copenhagen for Mr Turner's birthday, I certainly have the travel bug! Bring on the next 3 weeks :) If there is one thing that 2014 has frustrated me with and that is playing sport, or ...
... like the local church in Australia. While many people you see in the street do not smile, many of them do smile and are happy when they greet each other. There is so much to see and do in this ancient, holy, vibrant city. You could tour here for a month and still not see all the city has to offer. Almost 6 hours sees us in Dubai after a 30 minute delay leaving Rome with just enough time to get a few duty free drinks but not cosmetics. Within an hour we are ...