Metro Apartments On Darling Harbour
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... a few things: It was raining while we were flying for a while which increased the wind speeds and intensity which created a lot of turbulence but thankfully the pilots were experienced and did the best they could.
It was a fairly rough landing, the tarmac was a little bit wet and slippery but other than that the whole Qantas flying experience was great. I was very glad I choose to travel with them!
When we landed it had ...
... at the harbour and opera house. We took a load of pictures and then decided to do the Sydney jet boat (a speed boat ride) around the harbour. The parents were not brave enough, but the four kids had a hilarious time, being thrown about in the boat, with incredible views of the whole harbour. Whilst doing so, Sally and David enjoyed pink champagne at the Opera House cafe.
After getting very ...
Frantically ticking off checklists prior to departure. But Hey, passports, tickets and cash is all that's needed. LETS Go!
Okay so now bags are packed, flight is at 6AM so have a cab booked for 3:30AM, next stop Dubai. No Chevy moments as yet but I'm sure they are on their way.
Guy is really looking forward to the week in Provence, riding baguette bicycles (the ones with a basket on the front that carry baguettes), wearing a ...
... a great along the coast. The next day we went to an area called manly, with really nice beaches and is a 30minute ferry from the city. Great weather again, went to the beach and had a couple of drinks at a nice bar on the harbour, not a bad lifestyle! Back at the hostel we met downstairs for the bar crawl, we were a bit apprehensive as the hostel was quiet, and we were the only two for the bar crawl! So the girl (who knew my uni friend!) took us to the club and we drank plenty! ...
... favours in Beijing, CHINA
4: Most unbelievably careless and fun week of our lives: the week with Shaz, Damo and Stephen drinking our way through VIETNAM
5: A worldly eye opening experience at the Khmer Rouge killing fields in Phenom Penh, CAMBODIA
6: breathless views over Everest followed by the Himalayas. Katmandu is one of the world's hidden gems. NEPAL
7: With 1.5b people, INDIA deserves four things a) Most people on a motorised tok tok: 21 people in Orchha. ...