Metro Hotel Miranda
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... beaches, secluded coves, crystal blue seas and steep rock faces. It was lovely to stop and people watch, especially the surfers catching their waves in the choppy sea below and watching couples snuggle up together on edges of rock overhanging the sea. We also saw people having BBQ’s in the park. Families, couples, friends you name it, it seems to be a really popular way to spend the afternoon or evening. People bring all their ingredients to these ...
What a surprise.....we bumped into Pauline and Reg at Sydney International departures.....they were on their way to Thailand. It was great to catch up.....if even only for a few minutes.
OK, so this first leg is the boring first 7+ hours where we try to get a few drinks in before dinner! have a feed, and then go to sleep (well, Bob will try!), and Bob does have a reputation for being able to ...
... these memories float back to me as the soundtrack plays. And here's the funny thing, the french get Steely Dan too. We waited in airports and snippets came to us, we walked down ancient streets and trills of their syncopated rhythms blew over us. Its music for time travellers, those who like to be in two communing space and time continuums at the same time.
Song: Aja Album: Aja Artist: Steely Dan
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Yay. First day on the island. After a leisurely morning at home we left around 9 am and drove to the airport. Dropped the car off and hung around Qantas club and had numerous cups of coffee! Plane left on time at 11 50am. Gwenda, Lee, Annie, Ian, Myself and two other ladies are the only weeders this trip. The other ladies are called Robyn and Ann.. Ian Hutton and Gai from ...
... by the divine it is a magical place, especially at night with the Harbour Bridge all lit up. At one point on our journey a gigantic fox bat swooped down near our heads and we nearly **** ourselves. We’d never seen a bat like it. It must have had a wingspan of at least 5 foot. Luckily it didn’t defecate on us else we might have suffocated. We didn’t stay down at the harbour long, we needed to meet Chloe and Issy back at the hostel and we were both shattered. ...