Novotel Sydney Norwest
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... appointment for 8 October and it will be a big day, all top teeth will be removed, four titanium posts will be put in and by the afternoon she will have new teeth O M G !!! :) Next we wandered through the city to meet Chloe, wandered and shopped in World Square, dinner in a Korean BBQ restaurant. Having a cup of tea and a choc covered strawberry right now and shortly a glass of bubbles, just to finish off our lovely day ...
... Kyle) shivying us along the way, educating us on various points of
interest. Did you know only six people died during the build of the
infamous bridge(largest arch bridge in the world); 4 of which weren't even
on the bridge at the time death and two falling off the bridge. One man
however survived the fall landing feet first in the water, splitting his boots right up to his waist!
... en route to the dock and take in the sights. It was opening night so everything was up and running beautifully; plus the weather had been a little wet earlier in the day which seemingly kept the crowds away! When we were on the boat itself we sailed around the harbour near the Opera House, under the bridge and over towards Darling Harbour - the distance we travelled wasn't a lot but it was perfect to see the sights across the cities skyline! Having opted ...
... to stay in the underground parkade with our best mate Chubby. Now on a quick side note, if you remember the Cairns heat we spoke about, take that multiply it by 4, add 3, and divide it by 1.5, and you will know what it's like to sleep underground in a campervan. It was so grossly hot, the sounds were terrifying, and the non-stop flickering of the lights were daunting. Between the heat, lights, and sounds, it pretty much was a low budget horror movie setting. So we ...
... between the pillars of rock and had no way out. He used his magical bone to turn himself into a Lyrebird and escape from certain death. However, during all of this he dropped his magical bone. Today, Lyrebirds can be found in the valleys of the Blue Mountains rooting around on the canopy floor. It is said that represent the medicine man looking for his magical bone. Lyrebirds are unique little creatures in many ways but one of the more interesting ways ...