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The ferry took an hour and a half to get to Sydney but there was plenty to see especially in the later part of the trip, beautiful houses, small bays with lots of boats anchored, and then it was dark when we got to Circular Quay to meet Vince so of course we saw the harbour bridge and opera house all lit up. And there was even a firework display which was just in our honour I’m sure. We had dinner at ...
... lunch, the food was quite good, but the servers didn't seem terribly friendly. Probably didn't help when I bumped my glass and it shattered all over our table (it didn't fall off, just hit a bottle... very weird).
After that we began a walk down the Manly Scenic Walkway.The measurements weren't exactly accurate (just a heads up). After an hour it claimed we only walked 2 km, but then a few minutes later, ...
5 am wake up call this morning, and now we’re off to New Zealand! Australia was such an amazing place to visit and I had the best time of my life there. It’s definitely a country of extremes in terms of weather and a few weeks of extremes in terms of travel for us as well. Lady Elliot Island was definitely my favorite, but only because of the scuba and animals that I got to see, plus staying on a private island on ...
I finished packing at 4.00am!. I felt totally unorganized and not ready to leave on an overseas holiday. With only a couple of hours sleep, Meg was at my place at 8.45am to take me to the airport.
My flight from Albury actually arrived in Sydney 15 minutes early. A very different scenario to the beginning of my last trip overseas where my plane left Albury late and it went ...
... it and was very rich and tasty. The Rocks Cafe had some of the best desserts in the window is one of the reasons why we chose it.
After lunch, we walked around the Royal Botanic Gardens which is nestled right in amongst all the hustle and bustle of Sydney’s city life, but once inside it’s like you're 1000 miles away in a land full of trees and plants you’ve never seen before. We didn’t complete the ...