Ibis Budget Wentworthville
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... Started looking at hostel prices for New Zealand, then realised the that one place we were going, Matamata didn't actually have a hostel in it, only expensive hotels, which was quite a problem as that's where' we're supposed to be going to Hobbiton from. So need to find a way to sort that out as if we do it from Rotoura it's $110 instead of $75!
That what most of the day, we had tea early-ish then had showers. Went to be about 11pm so we'd be less tired in the morning.
... the beach, it's 36° and the kids are enthusiastic. There is an inlet from the sea and the water flows in with the tide or rushes out depending. The water flows quite rapidly around an inside stretch of sand making it a protected stretch from the waves that batter the beach from the Pacific on the other side, I can't ever forget this place for the reason that last year I was holding Beth in one arm and Evie (my god daughter) in the other. We were going with ...
... looks like it could be a good month - we found out after moving in they'll be leaving for Asia in mid February so we may have new roomies. We're still yet to meet our third housemate, a Dutch gent who plies his trade as a chef we believe. We settled in to our room by rearranging, unpacking and cracking on with the mountains of washing we had accumulated. Fortunately the flat has all the mod cons so we could throw the clothes in the dryer to get through the five or so loads! ...
... late start. We made our way back to the Opera House for a tour of the auditoriums and a look backstage. Standing out on the balcony, looking at the bridge and busy harbour, I could see why the Lord Mayor held her NYE party here. On the tour, we got to see 4 of the halls, 2 small ones and then the main Symphony hall and the Joan Sutherland Opera theatre. It was interesting to hear that the final design was initially thrown out an early stage as being too 'fanciful' however ...
... the way. When we arrived in Manly we took a walk along the promenade to the Sea Life Aquarium where we saw, amongst other things, the Little Penguin colony. According to the keeper one of the penguins was a bit hydrophobic, although I'm still not quite sure how that works! We then wandered back to Manly Wharf where we had a nice ice cream before getting the return ferry.
On Saturday we visited Taronga Zoo on the North side of the harbour. ...