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... However not as strange as when you get to the top of the first set of ladders you literally have a train racing past your ear. Very cool!
We stopped for photo opportunities on the ascent and as we got to the top the views were spectacular, as from the helicopter you could see the sea, the city and the landmarks! I will say it again........we love Sydney! Steve told us lots of stories at the top about the ...
... a charming little apartment near the university, which is quite convenient. I say the apartment is little, but that's somewhat misleading. Each floor doesn't have much, but there are three levels, plus a basement for laundry. Compared to the places we've lived in in Paris, this is downright luxurious in terms of living space. Thus far, we've no complaints aside from the somewhat drafty windows.
Because we arrived so early in the morning, we figured we'd try to get ...
... on your own no matter how hard you try to take it slowly.
The four of us visited an area called the Rocks - about 200 years ago it was the original landing spot of Sydney pioneers, then 100 years ago it had turned into seedy docks in need of knocking down and today of course it is fancy boutiques, art markets, restaurants and wine bars. I dragged everyone to an odd but free small museum on the history of the place (odd small free museums are becoming a ...
We left Canberra early on Monday morning, and it was a quick, 4 hours bus ride into the centre of Sydney, where we were to spend the next 5 days. Our hostel, located in The Rocks neighbourhood, was a little over 2km away, but luckily there was a free shuttle so we hopped on that, and after a bit of wandering through the old buildings we found ourselves at the place. The location is amazing. Just 3 blocks from the waterfront, with stupendous views of the Sydney ...
... so hungry that we decided to go and eat. We are doing so much walking here. We are probably walking miles a day, as our hostel is quite a big walk from Circular Quay and the Darling Harbour and some days we are walking the distance in the day time and then again at night time. At least we are starting to burn off any extra weight from Thailand, which is great. After our dinner, we both made food that we bought from Coles, we walked to the Harbour bridge ...