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... because our eyes were half closed! He took us to a beach where we swam and snorkelled. After that we went home and we met their two boys Anton and Jared. Anton and I had a swim, next we played football, then we played monopoly, ate a delicious barbecue and went straight to bed.
This next entry was done by Andy.
Our next stop was Noosa, a place which we could only describe as both heaven and hell. It was a piece of heaven during the day with the beach only being a ten minute walk away and the national forest, with the vast wildlife and sleeping koala's, a further ten minute walk away with numerous trails to follow. However unfortunately for us the hostel we were staying Nomads was absolute hell. Known as the ...
Perfect weather after a chilly night. In the morning we walked over to North Narrabeen surf beach and sat for about an hour. Then drive around Mona Vale and Church Point, stroll around Mona Vale shops and lunch at cafe, many to choose from. After a ...
... people and was going from darling harbour which was close to us so we decided to go on that 1. It was only a 2hr trip and was cheaper as well. The girl told us yesterday to call earlier to make sure the boat was going as they had to cancel it yesterday because of high seas so we took a walk down early to see the craic. The boat wasn't going again today due to the conditions but the man offered us the bigger boat holding 200 for a cheaper price than advertised and it was ...
... towards the Opera House.
Now I, like everyone else, has seen thousands of photos of the Sydney Opera House, but until you see it in person can you appreciate its beauty. By far, it's the most unique and captivating building I've ever seen and probably will ever see. The entire structure is stunningly gorgeous, no matter what angle you look at. It was finished in 1973, yet, sitting there glistening in the sunshine, it looks like it was just ...