North Sydney Harbourview Hotel
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... over to Taronga Zoo. It was another belter weather wise, and easily the hottest day so far in our time in Australia. We made it to the zoo, and set about exploring all the great sites on offer. There was a gondola that went over the park, and some of the highlights were shows given by zoo keepers. We saw a great sea lion show, where a very large sea lion called Mitchum was the star of the show. We ...
... and I were sitting. One girl came by pouring out water from her water bottle. It was steaming as she walked by. Johnnie and I took turns standing in the shade as it was much cooler. We got lucky and were camped right by the public water station so we could refill our water bottles as needed. I had so much fun just watching people walk by. Everyone seemed to be speaking a different language. There was a couple beside us from England here for ...
Claire woke at 2am, Mike at 5am, and us at 6 am, Claire made breakfast. Then we took taxi to Sydney botanical gardens, had a lovely walk admiring the glorious views of harbour Bridge. We set off in warm light rain , which thankfully stopped, it got hotter and sunnier. Great gardens, canna lilies, agapanthus, water lilies, lovely trees. Walked to Opera House, peeped inside and had lunch in ...
... the ship. The whole process from then on is a matter of Queues, Check-in queue, Customs queue, Photo queue, Security queue and finally the Welcome onto Ship (with Photo) queue. While all that wss happening the ship experienced a power failure and we were prevented from getting to our cabin because the lifts were out of action. After chilling out at the bar for about a half an hour we finally got to our cabin just in time to be orderd to our Muster Area ...
... of the town, which we had declined to paddle in due to a Great White Shark attack the previous week in the area. Instead we climbed up to the most easterly point of mainland Australia and took the necessary photos. With the sun going down far too quickly we had to rush the final leg of the journey up to the lighthouse. Whilst the sunrise would have been admittedly far more incredible, as we would have had an unobstructed view of it peaking over the horizon, a 3.00 am wake up ...