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- Drycleaning onsite
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- Non-smoking rooms
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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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The rain was pouring today as left Redhead and started our journey down to Wollongong. We stopped off at 8:30am at a fast food place to get some wifi because I was trying to buy tickets for AC/DC which went on sale at 9am. I luckily got tickets which is a big tick off the bucket list for me being a huge fan, Jessie on the other hand couldn't understand my excitement! We hit the road again ...
... a lot of sweating awkwardly. I went to write on my friends wall for a birthday and I was about to post it until fortunately I thought wait.. is it actually their birthday and I go look and no one has posted. So I'm still kinda disoriented. Since the roads are opposite, the implied side of the sidewalk is opposite. You know if you see someone walking towards you, you usually move to the right a little, here its like we both move to the ...
... travellers as they do work for the owners on their land in receipt of free board and lodging. As we are so far over budget we need as much of this kind of arrangement as possible. It is a stunning property and we get a wonderful homely welcome. They are a couple in their mid 70's living in splendid isolation. Christopher has been a prominent teacher and Jenell an author and librarian. They have a family who have all flown this beautiful nest and ...
... we went to a very small town called Bundeema where we had lunch, it's only 400 metres across the sea to Cronulla but the only way to get there is a 60 minute drive. Next stop was in Botany Bay and the first landing point of Captain Cook and the HMS Endeavour on April 28th 1770, and the founding of New South Wales and Australia. Our final stop was at Brighton Sands which is on the other side of Botany Bay. By the time we got home I was ...
... which was a spectacular sight from the mountain range coming into the city., I had decided however, that, seeing as the bus was still parked in the roadhouse stop and that the other passengers
were still eating their lunch, I approached the bus driver, and asked if it would still be possible to travel on the remainder of the journey to Hobart, to which he answered with a smile a most definite 'Yes, of course'.
It wasn't long after that time, ...