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Left the hotel at 7.00am to join the above with a two day base at the 'Mountain Heritage Hotel’ in Katooba. We called at 'Featherdale Wild Life Centre’ where we were able to meet Koalas, Wombats, Kangaroos and many other animals at the Sanctuary. Then we had our first viewing of the Blue Mountains (caused by the eucalyptus plants and …
... tarts and home again. Before I knew it it was just after 2pm and time for me to head home. Again, the traffic was awful ... After stopping for some steak and shiitake mushrooms I was home in time to walk the girls, in the rain, it was raining by the time I got home. We had a yummy beef stir fry for dinner, I did quite a good job of it :) we all enjoyed it. I picked Simon up from the station, it was cold and ...
... raised plateau due to cracking at the rock joints and with
erosion over time the remaining sandstone figures became legend. Furthermore, the
recently and locally recognised Dave, the significantly lesser geological
formation was once part of possible seven sisters. The stairs were incredible
steep to access the viewing platform to the first sister and is known as Honey Moon
Bridge. The kids scrambled up and down the Giant stair way with ...
... inside and Jayne has made it homey and cosy and made it her own. The fire picked up straight away, we had her chicken soup for dinner and I had my steamed veggies in mine and a nice cup of tea after. It's lovely to be here and we will have a lovely week together, won't get to go to Tahune air walk as it and the road are closed for upgrade, bad timing but never mind. Graham has sent photos of the beagle girls and him :) He misses me, of course :) ...
... to use their bathrooms as the train station had a long line and we are impatient, so we asked to buy bottles of water as payment for the bathroom. However, the girl told us to help ourselves to bottles of water from a box at the door and to take two if we wanted. And she also let us use the bathrooms free of charge. Australia is so friendly! The blue mountains are cold. Colder than Sydney. I was so glad I was wrapped up in my winter coat ...