Comfort Inn West Ryde
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... It was lovely, crisp and windy and few people about. We head off to the airport in our own good time, and as I walk in the door I'm greeted by name "Susanna?" They've just tried to ring me, everyone else is there and waiting - I knew the plane left around midday - I've arrived only 5 minutes before scheduled departure! It leaves at 11.45! But there's plenty of time and it soon taxis in ...
... the day. It was a good decision. We spent the afternoon people watching, reading, walking the beach, and just enjoying the atmosphere of the beach. The waves were larger than yesterday which brought our more surfers to watch. We had lunch at one of the ocean side restaurants which was very good. It was a perfect afternoon.
As the sun began to set we headed back to the ferry to the Central Business District and our hotel.
... was at 11 so we thought **** it, a swim in the rooftop pool was needed. When we got up there we found we were alone with the whole of Sydney all around us. We felt like big time drug dealers and couldn’t help but get caught up in the novelty of it. All that was missing were some hookers from whose backs we could snort huge lines of coke off. It was hard not to laugh as we swam and smoked our way to happy oblivion. Although let me assure you, that feeling of power is one ...
... images], and had a general wonder around the city fueled up on some amazing Thai food. Checked into the hostel, which we can now understand why it is called Maze, the place is massive and filled with many corridors. Grabbed supplies for dinner, thinking cheap is cheerful, however....we have learnt cheap just means nasty when it comes to dinner... and with our box of Goon at hand (5litre box of lovely fruity crisp wine that goes lovely with chicken and pasta? Hmmmmmm), we ...
... Cove to this place"
One of the first seaside resorts to allow daylight swimming and surfing back in 1903, Manly offers the unique combination of wide ocean beaches on one side and serene sandy harbour coves and inlets on the other.
We head for the station and although it is very warm, it is also decidedly overcast, but we are optimistic the sun will shine! Haha, by the time we reach the Harbour station front to catch our ferry, it is pouring down with rain and ...