Ibis Styles Orange
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... City (to the North) and Lower East Side (LES - to the south). Its a kinda groovy/grunge area, full of early 20s and very old people. Feel completely safe roaming around at night.
My digs are small - well my room isn't small but the rest of the place is - but a super comfy bed with the softest sheets I have ever felt (will have to ask him what type they are). ...
... of Golden Canola.
At the corner of the road to Wellington Caves and Sulphur Mine sits a giant wind chime, a missed photo opportunity.
We pass through undulating countryside with sheep, cows and canola as the main farm business.
It is very pretty with weeping willows along a river and a low range to the right. Farmlands are green and have quite steep hills in places. The farms are well treed and one farm has a creek with rows of ...
... from India with harsh a Scottish accent gave a speech, that contrasted to the previous, it didn't have much flow to it was comprehendible. There was quite a but of tension between the owners, with the occasional outburst throughout the evening 'get back you belong' screamed Willa to Shaun the chef, who was taking bottle tops of beers to hand out to the guests. ...
... and Sarah (the daughter of Kathleen) and me went to Manly beach: we took the ferry from Balmain to Circular quay in central Sydney and from Circular quay to Manly beach. It takes 45 minutes to go, but it worth’s it! Manly is one of the most beautiful beaches of Sydney, but Bondi is the first one. I am probably going to Bondi on the next weekend, which is actually on March 21. Yes, I am going to Sydney next weekend ...
... I made a cup of tea and had a few biscuits and was about to unpack the bike and look for somewhere to pitch the tent, when I decided to try the next rest stop which was about another 8 km down the road. Off I rode again and this time lucked out. While I ended up covering 30 km more than planned today, at least there was a grassy area where I could pitch the tent. There was already a caravan in the large parking area set up for the ...