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TravelPod Member ReviewsMantra Wollongong
Pretty good location, large rooms, full cooking facilities. Bed was getting a little old and shower flooded the bathroom, but neither was too bad.
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... and sides ripped off. At the next pub I just feel this guy behind me tugging at my shirt, I twist to look and the whole back of my shirt rips in half. Then at the last pub, someone comes energetically running up to me and grabs the collar of the front of my shirt and rips it all the way down the front! These people are so ridiculous. Tonight is mardi gras themed and tomorrow is a foam party so I'm almost made it through the first week. ...
... the end decided there were too many complications so went to see the local fireworks at Wollongong Harbour, a really nice setting and great show attended by thousands of locals.
Neryl, Craig and family arrived home on the 3rd January ‘2015’ after travelling for a whole day back from Vietnam, so we had a cup of tea and a chat, said our goodbyes to lovely Roxy and Jet and made our way to Sydney Airport ready for our flight to Auckland,New Zea ...
... treat. Creamy Cauliflower Soup - Trim the outer leaves of a whole cauliflower and cut in half. Remove the core and discard, then cut the cauliflower into small florets. Melt 40g butter in a heavy based saucepan over a medium heat. When the butter starts to foam, add the cauliflower and stir for 3-4 minutes. You do not want it to take on any colour. Add 1 litre Chicken ...
... and I was leaving via Sydney. Logically, and don't ever use this word when thinking about airline bookings, mainly because airlines make up all their own rules and they are often without logic or reason. If Jock flew from Auckland to LA, and I flew from Sydney to Auckland, then on the SAME flight from Auckland to LA, it was going to cosy $800.00 more to do this - than for Jock to fly from Auckland to Sydney, and then we both fly Sydney to LA direct. The travel ...
... You can be the richest man in the world and not be happy. When you travel in places like South America you are surrounded by poverty, but people are happy and friendly. It makes you question what real poverty is. Being wealthy is a question of more than money. Wealth is measured through the relationships you form, the experiences you have and the way you choose to live your life. Travelling allows me to feel how much bigger and more significant the world is. It seems ...