Grand Mercure The Hills Lodge
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... br> After we got all checked in we headed out to explore. We went for breakfast and soon discovered we are in the gay district. That's all good with Heather and I since we at least feel pretty safe. Darlinghurst street is a bit of a dump. It had lots of adult shops, with a couple of prostitutes standing in doorways. Darlinghurst turns into Macleays street and it is a completely different world. It is super nice and has lots of cute ...
... were very impressive especially the giant bunnies. Sophie took a million photos of the Opera house (sans boats) that no one will probably ever see as they just stay on her Apple Mac. Then I had an amazing Sloppy Joe from a street food stall. Sloppy Joe's are bread rolls filled with chilli and topped with sour cream and jalapeños. Amazing. It definitely made up for my poor choice of scallops in Port Douglas which were NOT ...
... for our big hiking adventure. We named Livvy our 'little mountain goat' because usually on big walks she is always the leader and sets the pace for us. And so she did today. It was an absolutely beautiful walk and you felt like you were in the rainforest. There were big, tall trees and you could hear all sorts of birds twittering up in the sky. It was like you were in this big green canopy of greenness. There ...
... up (they stalk us!) we arrived at Manly and were all so amazed at the view of the beach. It was quite busy due to it being a saturday but we managed to find a good spot and start tanning! The boys played football and took pictures in the water with Toms (harry and ed room mate) underwater phone. There were some funny selfies! We finally decided to head back to the mainland so all grabbed a bite to eat before getting back on the ferry. Harry was very sad as he had left his ...
... on to customs house and learnt loads about the history of Australia and how it came about which was nice and interesting to learn. They even had a mini model of Sydney in the floor so I looked at that for a little bit and tried to figure out where I'd been and stuff. I had a quick ice cream from McDonald's, only 30cents!!! And then cartridge on with my walk back to the hostel through the botanical gardens and along past the New South Wales parliament which ...