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... into the hiking path. This involved more rain, steeper staircases, and my clumsy self. Needless to say, I don't think I've laughed harder than I did yesterday since I've been here. Finally we came to a stop, but then realized that we didn't want to walk back up the mountain. Thanks to another family, we found a tram that took us back up the mountain. This tram just so happened to be ...
... day walk. This was what I had been looking forward to, and the scenery didn't disappoint. There were a lot of safety concerns with going into the mountains on my own for a walk as someone has been missing in the mountains for 6 weeks now. I was on my own in a 12 bed dorm and the hostel would be unmanned by my return. I resorted to telling a friend via Facebook my route and, although I would like to have been remote, stuck to the ...
... which made for fun puddles and for fun pictures. As we kept walking through, we would get to parts of the hike where there was no water. These parts made me feel like I was in some kind of rock canyon, but it was so amazing because although you would be walking through and around these GINORMOUS rocks... you could look out over the ledge and see all the tops of the trees below you. Now, usually you would be able to look out over these "valleys" so to speak, but on our ...
... and shower. The odd night I am required to do "lights" - that is, to go back to the stables at about 9pm, check all the stabled horses are warm and still have four legs, put on bandages etc and turn off the lights. Then I collapse into bed for a few hours before it starts all over again! On my day off last week, Sarah and Dan, who live and work here, were kind enough to let me borrow their car so I was delighted to hit the road for the first time since I've been in Australia and ...
We have finally made it to Sydney all in one piece after a month on the road and we're having a few drinks to celebrate. It's 7pm now and we've just driven down from the Blue Mountains where we spent the afternoon. We arrived there at about lunch time which was a little later than expected due to a few wrong turns and yet more U-turns. The first stop was at the awesome Katoomba falls which falls 244 metres ...
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Other places to stay in Katoomba
Cnr Apex & Lovel Streets, Katoomba | 3 star hotelfrom $117
1 Great Western Hwy, Katoomba | 4 star hotelfrom $257
- Bizarre hotel with an amzing view
- Step back in time with the Art Deco charm of the Hydro Majestic
- Spectacular Views, Like No Other
230 Katoomba Street, Katoomba | 3 star hotelfrom $118
15 - 47 Katoomba St, Katoomba | 3 star hotelfrom $97
175-177 Lurline Street, Katoomba | 4 star hotelfrom $83
3 Lilianfels Ave, Katoomba | 4 star hotelfrom $287