MGSM Executive Hotel and Conference Centre
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... decker bus into town. We had a great view of the Sydney Opera House from the top of the bus as we crossed the Harbor Bridge into Sydney.
We got off at the first stop and made our way to Darling Harbor. I was surprised how well I knew my way and recognized so many things. It was only 2 years since we were there, but it seemed like yesterday. On the way I looked for a place I could get a pre-paid phone card ...
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Time- Freedom from obligations. Age &Health
Energy- Desire, vision
Skill- ability to accomplish travels with as little amount of errors as possible
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... And then waited for the rest of our group. It took about an hour to put on our outfits for the climb. It was a onesie with a belt that kept you on the bridge. We had to take up with us a rain jacket just incase it started to rain, and it was buckled to our back. Also we had to carry a fleece jacket just incase we got cold. I didn't use either so it was just heavy weight I had to carry, but everyone had to take it because the weather here ...
What a great city Sydney is! Restored our faith in Australia. Very likeable, very busy place, not unlike New York. All 5 of our days we had great weather, so a vast improvement straight away! There was definitely a contrast to the Australia we had seen so far, a lot more older buildings and the city had a good balance of history and modern styles. Our hostel was ok, the room again basic but on our budget we can't complain. We also had a TV which ...
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Down the leafy roads to my parents house in Turramurra South and Caleb and Erin
excited to see Nannie and Poppy.
Mum I know has the red dirt of the outback in her blood and
I see the twinkle in her eye when she reads back to us some exerts of her own
journal entries on her travels around Oz. She is happy ...