North Sydney Harbourview Hotel
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... br> Shane " Glutomus Maximus " Gobby.....The lean mean climbing machine, probably worked the hardest in training and is the form rider leading into the tour.
Keith " Man of steel" White....an all day tough rider who will likely ride all the way across Europe.
Peter " Electrical Pete" Livingston..... cool as a cucumber.... nothing phases this ice man, having the right gearing he will ...
... volunteered to fight in WW1, on behalf of the British fleets. We get a real taste of urban city life as we wander in and out of the ridiculously modern and shiny Westfield shopping centre, and walking via Circular Quay we wander through the oldest part of Sydney, The Rocks. We enjoy the less glassy modern feel it has here, being as close to what Australia has to ancient towns. After some ...
... Sydney contacts asking if anyone had a place to park our van. At 1 am,
we were looking into the option of storing our car for the entire Sydney
stay in a long term parking lot as another alternative (with quotes of
$250 we were trying to look into other alternatives…). It took 24 hours
to hear from our landlord who was in the middle of a 4 day yoga retreat
up in the mountains with no access to Wifi. Half way during her trip
she checked email ...
... married or had kids! We had an evening round her friend Emma's house with the rest of the crew for some drinks, nibbles and hot tub. Turned out to be quite a boozy one and woke up the next day with a banging headache, been a while since we got on it. That day was pretty much a write off, a day of rest, although not easy in that house. The next gathering was a bit more formal, a meal at a thai restaurant, beautiful food, probably the most we ...
... Of that 1/3 have been born overseas and there are 250 different languages spoken. In fact a third of Sydney's population speak a language at home that is not English. Very similar to Vancouver. What I am learning is just how cosmopolitan the city is.
Another interesting statistic. Sydney beats Vancouver in the number of foreign students studying here...more than 50,000. Gary says he remembers from his days years ago at ...