Novotel Sydney Brighton Beach
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After 6 months of planning, today is the day we embark on our Asia holiday. First stop Beacon Hill to have Boxing Day lunch with the Tumbers side of the family. Had a great time with our gorgeous nieces & so happy Chloe didn't cry this time when I held her. Lots of fun also with Stella's **** goo. Next stop Novotel Brighton beach to stay the …
... because the current was a bit strong and the life guards were calling us in! It was really fun to be out in the waves though! Overall another wonderful day (haven't really had a bad one yet!) the only current bummer is I have a huge rash on my back and shoulders that isn't seeming to go away :( I thought it was just heat rash but it should've been gone by now... Hoping it goes away soon, it's not very ...
... close? Yep a 10 minute walk to the Rocks area to the Hart Pub..a local hangout for up and comers, students and just the odd ancient tourists like us. We knew we were in Australia when the pub flat screen tv's all were featuring cricket. On the way back to the hotel we were asked for directions...by some tourists from Iowa...do all colonialists look and sound alike? Don't think so mate.
For my last day in Sydney some of the enthusiasm was gone I guess, and in fairness I think I have seen most of the things that needed to be seen in this great City.
I had a ticket booked for the night train to Melbourne, which meant I would have to leave at 7pm to get to Sydney Central.
So I spent most of my day with Packing ...
... picturesque. We drove back to the city via the Sacred Heart sister school to Stuartholme - Kincoppal Rose Bay - and decided Catholics always have the best real-estate! A bit of quiet time - Tom fell asleep so whilst Steven did a bit of work, Georgia, Matt and I went to the Sydney Eye (something that Steven and Tom were most UNKEEN about!). It was wonderful - and I think that Matt's enthusiasm at leaning ...