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... 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 ...
... said I should treat myself to a little bit of silver from a beautiful shop!!! Couldn't quite stretch to a diamond! ;-)
We then walked from there to Darling Harbour. Round two Happy hours meal and 2 drinks each for 54 bucks!! Bargin.
An amzing 3 days!! Once we arrived back to the van after many more public transport transfers we were exhausted! We loved every minute of Sydney what an amaing city! We will be back.
... up the 900 steps of the giants stairway from the valley floor to the lookout we started at. All of us knackered by it, especially the last bit. Mum took a lie down at every bench on the way up the ridiculously steep stairs. Good workout to work off last nights $5 dominoes pizza! The blue mountains are named because of the blue haze that hangs over the range ...
... and I'm sure Quinn was too) were really taken with the model trains outside the main building. It's a bit disappointing though that besides paying a pretty heft fee to get in to the museum, you then have to pay $2 every time you want to see the trains going around the track and through the tunnels. Inside the museum one could reminisce about all the toys we had as kids. On the way home we bought everyone an icecream. The boys were pretty happy with their day out.
Today we ...
... get it off!!! (rips off coat)
Bob: what? where? oh that. i think it might be a baby snake
Rachel (having now had a good look): a baby snake?!! no its a leech. or maybe a caterpillar. probably a leech
German lady nearby: aah it is one of those blood sucking things...a leech!
(eventually this is flicked off my coat)
(back at bedroom, Rachel taking off walking boots, Bob in shower)
Rachel: SQUEAL!!!! (Chloe now sheltering ...