Quality Inn The Willows
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... and the kids are all excited and dress up with Evie and Rudy, they get on so well and we love them dearly. It's a wonderful night and we check out carefully where the funnel web spider hole is and there is no sign of any further ones. It's chill time and we love it. Regrouping and happiness is on the menu. Thank you to everybody expressing concern for our mental and physical states. I can report a 100% improvement. Sydney is busy but we are a lot more relaxed than the last 48 ...
... museum which was interesting but have absolutely no explanation about Aboriginal art apart from a few subtitled video interviews with featured artists. There is a daily guided tour apparently at 11am when all is explained - not very useful to know at 4pm. Despite this we admired the works some of which were on tree trunks and pieces of dried bark as canvas. On the way back to ...
The first, in Manly Vale, is a 2 bedroom house with a rambling garden, 4 Isa Brown hens and a small dog, Angus. It's fair to say that this house has seen better days, and cleanliness/tidiness is not a priority. Indeed I spent my first hour or two there cleaning... However it is in a lovely location, high on a hill with glimpses of the ocean. The garden, though overgrown and untidy, has many vegetables and fruits in amongst ...
... The only one who was less enthused was one of my best friends Will. He was more about planning things methodically (luckily for his patients, he is basically a doctor) whereas I was more off the cuff. A bit more background on how I was before I left will help give this some premise. I was a heavy drinker; I had sacrificed friendships, relationships, sports and any sense of self worth progressively since the age of 16. I was in work a job that required total ...
I can't believe I've been here a whole month now and I haven't written anything yet. I kept thinking that I don't really have much to write as I'm not really travelling as such at the moment but looking back I have still done so much this month and I definitely made the right choice to come and work and live in Sydney. I'm so glad that I have taken a bit of a break from living out of my backpack. Having my own room with a wardrobe to hang things ...