Palais Royale Blue Mountains
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... a chocolate making shop. In the evening we ate cheese with a glass of wine. (You may as well carry on at this stage). The 2 days at the hotel here were splendid with our own verandah - OK for sitting, even in the heat of the day and truly superb in the mornings and evenings. Thursday 8 January Birthday Harry enjoyed a couple of hours breakfasting, reading and lazing on the verandah to start off his 7th decade. What a spending vista - vineyards, fields, eucalypts, ...
... and camping equipment and the last of our food to Coogee Beach House. Coogee (pronounced Cudgie) is just down the coast from Bondi and not far from the airport or Autobarns Sydney office. I cleaned while the girls tried to find Julia's camera, and coat, and marbles. We'd driven over the less famous harbour bridge, through the city and got our first sight of the sites and a taste of Australia's popular alternative capital. With good first impressions we'd look forward to our return. ...
... appreciate this one mum! Got some photos but the route we took up the cliff face didn't really do it justice. So tonight will probably be a quiet one again. May go for an evening swim on the beach or possibly another hot yoga class.... See if Al fancies it whilst char is at football!! Funny, but good on her!! She will be getting ripped again when I see her later. They are both so sorry that they won't be here for Xmas. Jane rang this morning on ...
... the Three Sisters rock formation and out across the bushland, deep valleys and sandstone outcrops which stretch to the horizon. Echo Point is also the starting spot for the Giant Stairway. As the name suggests, it's a bloody massive set of steps - 900 in all - which takes you from the viewpoint, down the cliff face and into the bush below. And "for fun", Adam decided it would be a great idea to see how long it would take to get down there and back up ...
... thought it would be better to just take the federal highway to Goulburn then cut in Goulburn was our late breakfast/lunch... Test got the photo at the big ram. Unfortunately we stuffed around too long... And lost more time. So we decided to stay on the highway a bit longer and cut in at Campbeltown. My plan was to avoid having to go through Sydney. That would be a nightmare with the trailer and crazy NSW drivers. My sitting ...