Palais Royale Blue Mountains
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... so after much deliberation I opted for a good old fashioned bar of Dairy Milk.
Gosh it tasted so good, now I know Cadbury's has gone downhill a bit since Kraft brought it out, but still the chocolate made in the UK is far superior to that produced under the Cadbury banner here.
Ok moving on, got slightly carried away there.... Leura also had a great bookshop, a wonderful stationers, little galleries, a fancy chocolate shop, and unfortunately a really ...
... can get a look at the desert and the amazing architecture of the United Arab Emirates! Also picked my in flight meals, with a choice of 16 different options I thought standard was my best bet.. If all else fails there always the free alcohol to tie me over. Either way it's finally starting to sink in that I'll be starting next week on the other side of the world. Let the games ...
... nippy in the mountains before boarding the coach again. Here is where I think it would have been better to go ourselves since we could have spent more time exploring the town and maybe doing one of the nature walks, but then we may not have made it to the caves in time.
It had been a two hour ride into the mountains and it was another 1.5 hours to the caves. The group of Indian tourist chatted at volume and played numerous Bollywood YouTube videos during the ...
... Katoomba can be wet and misty, so much so, that you can't see far in front of you. I told the kids when we arrived that we were bringing the sunshine with us. So far so good.
We've had a visit to the Wentworth Falls Lake. Peter rode out on his motor bike with Quinn, while Sheralyn drove the rest of us out in the car. Then on the way back, I hopped on the back of the bike for the ride home. OMG! That can be so scary. I've done it once before and when I relaxed, I had ...
... to accompany it. It seems Rob and Sandra had both been young and poor journalists in London when the dish was invented. Chicken wings were the cheapest meat and the cauliflower was free as the green grocers would trim away the stems and leave them on the ground. So Rob and Sandra were essentially gleaners. We had to leave Rob and Sandra because at two we were promised to be at Carl's. Carl, a former patient of Amr's , had promised us ...