The Crescent On Bayswater
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... really nice atmosphere. It'll change again in a few weeks as my room mate moves into the single room and a french girl moves in with me, I've already met her and she seems pretty nice too...just hope she doesn't snore haha. I started my job on Tuesday in the end as the paperwork wasn't all ready for Monday. The place is so different to what I'm used to - they have a huge kitchen which has breakfast cereals, bread, every spreadable you ...
... also happy to learn the story of the Opera House's construction and would like to go back sometime and take the general tour, which I believe focuses more on the architecture and history of the space. The backstage tour ended with breakfast in the cafe on the waterfront outside of the Opera House, which was lovely.
After breakfast I spent some time enjoying the Harbour, and then I took a ferry across the water to the Taronga Zoo. The zoo is on ...
... the coast took us to South West Rocks and the Trial Bay Gaol. Now, this was a doozy! A peach!! A plum!!! The gaol itself is the roofless remains of a gaol, the building of which commenced in 1861. The gaol’s purpose was to give work to soon-to-be-freed prisoners and was way ahead of its time in terms of the treatment of lags (the headland on which the gaol is situated is called Laggers Point). Unfortunately the job they were working on was a raging failure – trying ...
... free wi-fi and don’t mind you staying to do your internet business. Today, believe it or not, we headed to a McDonalds. We ordered breakfast and found a quiet little corner of the restaurant where we could FaceTime with our grandchildren (we needed a fix) back home. We had no sooner finished that call when I received a FaceTime call from Graeme and Tracey, our friends from Perth who were flying over to Sydney in the afternoon, to spend a few days with us ...
Today we spent most of the day traveling to and visiting Bondi Beach which is just south of Sydney. Bondi (pronounced Bond-eye) is a very famous tourist spot in Australia. I imagine it is quite crowded in the summer time with swimmers and sun bathers. Continuing with our tradition of taking public transit we hopped on the 333 bus today for Bondi. It was about a 30 minute ride. It is a very beautiful beach with wide sand ...
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