Medina Serviced Apartments North Ryde
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... and he died alone and penniless and is believed to be buried in the Hunter Valley somewhere. He had been transported for forgery. The Hyde Park Barracks was used as a female asylum and finally as the first stop for many single or orphaned young women who emigrated from Britain and famine-racked Ireland for the opportunities for employment in the growing colony ...
... Longreach and Emerald. Then back to Sydney via Brisbane.
We expect to take three months for this journey and will be back in Sydney mid August.
Because much of the trip will be off road, we may be off the air too, although we will be carrying a satellite phone for emergencies. We hope to be able to upload to the blog when we stop in major centers like Broken Hill and ...
... there was severe flooding which ruined a lot of homes, and even took lives, which was really sad. Toward the end of the week the weather improved slightly, just by not raining, but it was still really cold and dull which was pretty depressing. At the weekend we spent it mostly staying in the house, relaxing as we thought we were getting a bit sick from the cold weather. The countdown to finish up work and get back on our travels was back on, too much routine at the moment!
After a tour of the house, it was clear to see our stay was going to be very comfortable, 5 double bedrooms with a pool, there was a possibility to get lost. Emma's cousin Dom and his wife Lucy were happy to have us stay with 4 kids ranging from 8 - 18. After the first 10 minutes we knew this place was going to be a madhouse, we were slammed with general knowledge questions from Boyd the 8 year old as soon as we set foot in the door! Adding to ...
... which is a bridge that links two cliffs and sea underneath - very clever) and onto Wollongong before hitting Sydney and traffic. Surprisingly we didn't get very lost finding our hotel which is in Potts Point - the older part of Sydney. It is a lovely tree lined street and some of the trees have grown really large. Whoever parked the car by the tree did ...