Travel Blogs from Sydney
... for showers.
Dinner tonight was at a lovely Japenese restaurant, where we devoured piles of sushi, which was pretty delicious. They boys also went back to 711 for another slushie with popping candy!
The evening ended with watching the rest of Divergent and cuddles on the sofa!
See you tommorow,
... we had some time with them.
I would call Roger in the morning as we had agreed and try and see if we could see him for lunch instead.
Karly surfaced later and we had agreed again that Nora would come and pick us up at to take us to the bus. However, what we agreed was that I would text her to give her an idea when we were ready to go.
Well I texted her at 10:30 to find out where the eggs were - no answer! ...
... wonderful light effects. It certainly was a lovely surprise for my birthday and to share this moment with my darling husband, grandchildren and Danial & Corina was very special, a moment to remember.
We went on a ferry ride across to Manly which was quite a trip, we were lucky as the ferry staff were on strike and even though they were running the ferries they weren't collecting fares, so the trips were ...
... look out and see everything. I also walked across the Sydney Harbor Bridge (which I personally think has the best views of the harbor and the Opera House). We then took the ferry to Darling harbor, which is west of the harbor bridge, on the opposite side as the Opera House. Darling Harbor was filled with docked boats galore, including cruise boats, military boats, a submarine,
and numerous restaurants and bars. Saturday ...
... to travel south anyway, but this helped us stick to our plan. On our way out of Townsville we stopped at the Billabong Sanctuary and we are so glad we did. We all helped plenty of kangaroo’s pig-out, and we saw some amazing koalas, crocs, alligators and oodles more. The next few days will be mostly travel days to get us down to the Brisbane area, so that we can make our April 24th deadline to be in Sydney ...