Echoes Boutique Hotel & Restaurant
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... these comments it would have been a lot more peaceful. Darwin said" An immense gulf is unexpectedly seen through the trees. This kind of view was to me, quite novel and extremely magnificent".
According to an aboriginal dream-time legend, three beautiful, giant sisters named Meehni, Wimlah and Gunnedoo once lived with the Katoomba tribe in the Jamieson Valley.
The maidens were in love with three brothers from the Nepean tribe, ...
... are a few Aboriginal legends attributed to the sisters and how they came to be. All involve the three sisters Meehni', 'Wimlah' and Gunnedoo from the Katoomba tribe, the most popular legend appears to be that they fell in love with three brothers from the opposing Nepean tribe (think Romeo and Juliet) this did not go down well with the parents (think any soap with teenagers involved) or the tribes. With their hopes of true love running smoothly well and truly dashed the brothers ...
... 8230;! We have found this area to be amazing in its geographical features – just like a mini Grand Canyon but with bush in the valley below instead of a river. Amazing!
Dinner tonight was at the Harp and Fiddle Irish pub in Katoomba. It was pretty chilly all day with a cold wind. The locals are talking snow …….! I’m glad we have electric blankets to warm up our beds tonight.
... li>The Blue Mountains are impressive and blue because of the mist the eucalyptus trees give off. For my overnight stay I bought an Explorer hop on hop off bus ticket which included my pass for scenic world, and came along with a map and various walks you could do. I walked from Leura Cascades to Gordon Falls, via Bridal View and Olympus? view point. It was a great walk which was made better by the fact no one else was ...
... caves. They were an hours drive away and although there were a few other people out there visiting the caves, I don't think they are on the normal tourist agenda, thank goodness. It's a lovely wilderness area and you wouldn't want it commercialised like the ones in New Zealand. To get there, we had to drive through the area that was burnt out by the fires last October. The area was massive, it went on and on forever however already it was growing back with lots of new ...