Mobys Beachside Retreat
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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After a morning of schoolwork and some family cricket (dad 21 caught Matt bowled Milly) we headed off to the lake to catch some supper. Armed with some tips from Trevor, a 50 year veteran of the area, and a pack of prawns we were confident of snagging a flathead, taylor or at the least a bream. Two hours later and the prawns exhausted, we had ...
... the Museum was free of charge and so were the markets. I didn’t feel the need to buy anything although I wanted too. Being a backpacker with your life and home on your back truly limits your desirer and need to have everything you want and see. Another interesting fact was that there was a lemonade stand at the Market. In Australia if you ask for Lemonade you will actually get SPRITE. There is no restaurant that will give you “CANADIAN” Lemonade. When ...
... spent walking around the bays, others shopping for food or clothes and some just chilling out. We have had to invest in more work attire which feels like dead money but at least we're now equipped with a Monday to Thursday cycle! We did have the pleasure this week of meeting Simon, the gentleman who kindly extended the offer of his room whilst he was away. Simon was back for one night before leaving again and we took the opportunity to get to know him and hope that when he ...
... last meal tonight, lovely jubbly. Me and Lucy went to Circular Quay to watch the 9pm fireworks, it was absolutely insane in there, so many people and you couldn't see a great deal, the fireworks come off 4 stands and we could only really see 1 and a half of them. The atmosphere was amazing though, never really done much for NYE so to be at the most famous NYE in the world was out of this world. For the midnight fireworks we met up with ...
... been the Queen opening the bridge. The bridge was built by an English Company using steel from England, it was based on the bridge over the River Tyne in Newcastle. It was a great experience and is a definite must do for anyone coming to Sydney, it's pretty expensive but you are there for nearly four hours. Absolutely loved it. We went to Circular Quay for lunch and I found my favourite Mexican Food Court, love the Pulled Pork Crispy Tacos. As part of the ...