Medina Serviced Apartments North Ryde
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... got. They overlooked the entire bay and opera house. The zoo itself is pretty big. It's not the biggest I've been in, but it's close. The animals were pretty active and we got to see some feedings. One really cool thing we got to see was an elephant training session. The elephant was doing head stands, moving logs, spraying water, and standing on its hind legs. One of the coolest things was after a small tire was placed on ...
... was really good. It was really cold & raining a little so from there we went & got the subway to.Maceys near Maddison Sq Gardens, we went to a couple of other shops & then came back to the Hotel as Elliott was acting up so badly. S&V went & got dinner for us from a local ...
... grey and a bit miserable but in the afternoon the sun came out and it turned into a lovely day. A few people out on boards but we just sat and read on the beach. Might go and hire a board tomorrow. Met up with Bella Featherstone for a drink and headed back onto the beach. We sat for a while and then headed back to the hostel to have a shower and get changed for the evening. Currently sat in a small cafe/restaurant, which is very nice, just grabbing some ...
... saying "Go Pirates! ARRRGH!! Everyone here has been so cool. He told us we needed to be in line by 2:00 pm, but we had already decided to get there way early. Oh well, so did everybody else.
OK, Back to the park. As we were standing there a couple had made camp near us. The gentleman asked me how I knew the Tarheels. I told him we were from NC and I graduated from there. They were from Cary, NC. The wife grew up in Chapel Hill. ...
... picnics and BBQ parties going on - some on a very grand scale. We sat on the beach reading the paper until Helen was dragged into the sea by Nia which actually was not too bad at around 20C After lunch at home we enjoyed a coastal walk in the Sydney Harbour National Park which conveniently crosses the bottom of our street. Not s bad first day at all! Nia is already asking whether we could move here. The lifestyle is something completely different to the ...