Gemini Hotel Sydney
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... her bags fell off her trolley. Then into the queue for Immigration, then security, and then straight onto the A380 to Row 82, seats D, E, F & G - not even enough time to take a photo of the plane! 9:50am SYD to 6:30am LAX So we settled in for the 14 hours of eating, drinking, snacking, music, movies, TV and the odd nap or two until we reached LAX. Food was pretty good, service was excellent and we even had the obligatory screaming infant for a few hours! I managed to watch ...
After a tour of the house, it was clear to see our stay was going to be very comfortable, 5 double bedrooms with a pool, there was a possibility to get lost. Emma's cousin Dom and his wife Lucy were happy to have us stay with 4 kids ranging from 8 - 18. After the first 10 minutes we knew this place was going to be a madhouse, we were slammed with general knowledge questions from Boyd the 8 year old as soon as we set foot in the door! Adding to ...
... steep. You have to hold on to the rails but the descent is relatively slow. You can even choose from three seating positions – chill out in Laidback style, keep it real in Original or get an adrenaline rush in Cliffhanger. Whichever you go for, it’s much fun!
After travelling through a tunnel cut into the rock, you will arrive at Jamison Valley. Disembarking from the train, you will find yourself surrounded by lush, ...
... as we were able to sit and have a picnic looking onto Coogee Beach from a grassy area above. So romantic.
Speaking of romantic, on the 5th, Jordan arrived! To say I was a little emotional would be an understatement (I'm actually getting teary eyed again just thinking about it). I went to meet him at the airport, and meant to be waiting for when he came out of his gate, although public transit delays made me late. Instead I frantically went running into ...
... my blessings every day for having my health back, and kick myself whenever I feel like I am taking anything for granted. My ostomy is now a fact of life, but I don’t feel this summing up would be complete without mentioning my bag. Travelling with an ostomy bag for me has been so much easier than I expected. The hardest thing has been carrying around all my supplies (for which I severely over packed!). Apart from that, I would actually say that the bag has given ...