Killara Inn Hotel & Conference Centre
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... To combat these murderous blobs, you must wear a stinger suit - an all-in-one Lycra number which makes you look like a right plonker. 5) Christmas is in the summer. Shopping centres are decked out with Christmas trees and glittery wreaths already. It is 25 degrees outside and I'm wearing shorts and thongs (hahaha). Christmas in this climate is just plain wrong. So I guess I'd better leave and head home. Via a few more countries, of ...
in four more sleeps we leave on my Epic Train Trip and I was reflecting on how this trip came to be.
In 2006 I wondered what it would be like to catch theTrans-Siberia train across Russia.
In my internet exploration I came across an amazing the website describing train travel across the world. One thing that caught my eye was the statement that you could catch trains from London to Singapore. What a fantastic trip that would be!
... Coles to pick up some lunch and then we sat at the park on the Manly inner beach to eat while we got blown away by the wind.
After lunch we caught the next ferry back and this time braved the strong coolish wind on the open bow with the boys, although Harrison got cold bones a few minutes after the start, so he went inside to join Mum who had cold bones just by looking outside so she stayed inside from the start. We ...
After breakfast in Manly we first stopped by Paul and Renee (our Masta Pasta couple) before going to the Philpott house, our accommodation. Luckily they were at home and we surprised them with our visit. After catching up briefly we did some grocery shopping (in Aldi!) and then went to the Philpott's place in Forsteville - thanks heaps to the Philpotts for letting us stay at your place!! The kids were glad ...
It's been such a good day today! It's our first day in Sydney doing actual things besides touring the city. We first started off at The Rocks. The original buildings there are made from local sandstone, which is where it got it's name. In the earliest history it had a reputation of slums, that held prisoners, visiting sailors, and others. In 1900 it was hit by the bubonic plague which killed hundreds of locals. The rats that ...