Travel Blogs from Sydney
... panels. I expected a little more grandeur from the building materials.
Then as I head to “The Rocks” to learn about one of Sydney's oldest districts I am met by hoards of people and the overwhelming aroma of coffee. Coffee lovers eat your heart out, I've just walked into Aroma Fest. Mainly designed for the best of the best to show off their coffee skills. But don't fret if like me you don't drink coffee, there are chocolate ...
Mr Choy picked us up at 3.30am bags at the door our adventure ready to begin. Our flight was the only one out of Sydney at 6am. Stuart had to be scanned three times before he was allowed to go thru, I had to be tested for explosives we are a great pair. ...
... towards Halong Bay, where we would spend two nights and three days aboard the Signature Cruise junk boat. The hunt for a well-priced boat with decent accommodations was not an easy task, but I'm glad we landed with the company we did. We were treated to five course meals, kayaking tours, squid fishing and cave exploring. The boat had a semblance to being on a large cruise ship with it's scheduled itineraries, but I am not sure there is another way to get to Halong ...
... a couple of criteria - it had to be in the Entertainment Book and we had to be able to pay with a Best Restaurant gift card. Blue Fish it was! As soon as we got to Darling Harbour I noticed an iceberg floating around. The only iceberg I know of in Sydney is a swanky restaurant down on the rocks at Bondi. As we wander around a bit further, I see a sign warning of snow, but still no real information about what is going on. Simon just wants food, but I am fascinated and ...
... such as the San Bushman in Namibia, often they'll jump to the conclusion that they need more to make it better. The reality is a lot of bad stuff in the world wasn't bad until someone tried to change it. Are we happier just because we have the latest technology and flashiest houses. That is one of my biggest takeaways from this year.
Thankfully Dave didn't trust me to look after anything valuable this trip and when he did, I lost our phone, a brand new Lonely Planet Book, ...
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