Travel Blogs from Parramatta
I am travelling with a British lad (as he likes to call himself) who lives in Torquay in England. His name is Jon. We both have a shared passion for travel and think we are very lucky to share this experience. Not many people can say that they took 7 months off "life" and just travelled the world...
These are our flights... Sydney - Bali - ...
... li>You will walk various trails through the reserve, learning about the culture of the indigenous people.
Today is our third day in Sydney and we are going to the aquarium. I'm really excited, considering that I've only been to aquariums in Houston, Texas. So as always, we're leaving the apartment to go and eat breakfast. but today we ate breakfast at the hotel/apartment cafe and afterwards took a walk outside to enjoy the nice weather. after taking a walk, we ...
... to the airport. That's when the adventure really began.
Sorry to break but I need to drag my 100lb of luggage a mile to the ferry terminal to make it on to my next stop - Manly, Sydney. I'm SO EXCITED. Will tell you all about my adventures at the Blue Parrot hostel in Kings Cross, Sydney as soon as I have another moment, as well as will upload all of my pictures (my phone is currently and accidentally locked in a storage room... whoops).
Miss all of you! XOX
This week I've spent more time in the city. The Royal Botanical Gardens offer great views of the harbour and wandering through the massive park is a perfect way to spend a morning. One popular spot within the park is Mrs. Macquarie’s chair. The legend goes, Mrs. Macquarie’s husband was a British army officer who ended up getting a post here as the governor of New ...
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