Rydges Camperdown Sydney
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... apart from that all is good. Some people have been without power since Monday so we can consider ourselves very lucky. Of course flights were cancelled for days...I hope mother nature has gotten her craziness our of her system.
So we have a once in a decade Heldon family reunion right before we leave. It will be nice to see absolutely everyone before we set off on this great adventure.
Until trip ...
... around. If you haven't seen an ibis it has a huge, hook shaped beak. Les took a sausage off the BBQ, scooped out the inside, filled it with extra hot chilli sauce and then threw it to the Ibis. The bird swallowed the sausage whole. I'm not sure if David Attenborough has ever seen a bird cough and go hot in the face but I have.
... around the Three Sisters (a rock formation of 3 pillars on the side of a cliff) as well as the opportunity to walk down the cliff towards the jungle at the bottom. We spent some time admiring Katoomba Falls, and got a brief soaking when an afternoon thunderstorm blew over. The day ended with a wonderful cruise down the Paramatta River back to the Sydney CBD.
The next day was an ambitious one for Orla. She’d been planning on running a marathon in ...
... our room to put our bags away. As I was putting some things away in my locker, I noticed a few small bugs on the ground. No big deal, just kill them and move on (again, backpacker mentality). We then found a few crawling up the walls - kill them and move on. Gill, Cass and I went to the common area to hang out for the night then at around 1am we decided to call it a night and head to bed. When I opened the door to our room, I let out an uncontrollable scream and ...
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Our plans and the subsequently developed itinerary were rather more complicated than last year. Some 8 internal flights, more living out of a suitcase experience and travelling into locations that were then not recommended by the Australian Government "Smart Traveller" website. We are to travel right to the Pakistani frontier: planned viewing of the closing of the Indo-Pakistani border ...