Killara Inn Hotel & Conference Centre
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... we headed to Chinatown and the Chinese Friendship Garden, which was well worth a visit. A real oasis of calm in the middle of Sydney, I made up for my previous mistake by taking *lots* of photos, some of which you can enjoy here. After this, we wandered down to Darling Harbour for some lunch and people watching at "Nick's" and then had a good mooch round the harbour (and some ice cream!), before heading back to the hotel to rest up before the big night. Ah yes, the fireworks... ...
... under their large umbrellas, downstream of them belting out Come ol ye faithful. I got a little emotional missing Chad & the family, but didn't let the rain dampen our festive fun. With the increasing rain and the decreasing spectators, the choir and band wrapped up early being deserted. Having had our happy hour drink listening to a sprinkling of Christmas spirit, we took our selves back with some munchies to hole up for the night with Dexter ...
... inside the famous Sydney Opera House! We walked around with our champagne flutes feeling very fancy and privileged in the "sail" of the Opera House. After the ballet was over, we perused the gift shop and picked up some souveniers and postcards. Then we took very touristy pictures in front of the Opera House, posing with signs and Jason and Felicia having fun doing "Dirty dancing" lifts for the camera. On our way back to the Ferry, we were entertained for a bit by a ...
... it was 7.20 we figured someone would still be there so we want back over. It was like a chicken takeaway place. Hannah pulled up and I jumped out to go see if they had her wallet. I hopped up the curb and walked into the shop. However, what I didn't realise was that it was infact just the incredibly clean, glass shop window, not even the door, which was locked anyway. So yes I walked full pelt (I was actually nearly jogging) into a glass window, face first! Startled the ...
I suppose I should say Welcome. So I will, "Welcome".
I suppose this trip started a few weeks ago, back when I first though of taking a break.
Now that a great deal of the planning and booking is over I have to admit to a little trepidation. This is the first trip I've ever taken on my own. Every other holiday I've ever taken has been with a friend or family. Am ...