Rydges Camperdown Sydney
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... takes ages to walk from the terminal to baggage collection. We were so buggered we walked so slowly and found ourselves in the end of the long customs line. Chatting to another mum and daughter team in the line passed the time away and we were quickly through and on our own. After finding the ticket desk had just closed we went downstairs to the ticket machine. I knew I wanted the special return ticket for ¥4000 but there was no option. ...
... ever tasted! We arrive in Coffs Harbour later this afternoon and have one more day there before heading to Byron bay. Both our tans are coming along very nicely and we are looking like bronzed travellers :) I'm sure they will only get better as we head up the Australian coast with all its wonderful beaches! I will update tomorrow about Coffs Harbour. Lots of love, Ellie and Dan ...
... place and has only recently been "sort of" recommended for tourists. Still, there will be appropriate commentary in later chapters. Check these out. Our final plans were only ratified about one week prior to departure. I can certainly tell you that when the Bhutan visas arrived from Deepak I was somewhat relieved. Talk about cutting things fine !! Still our organisation and the like from our 2014 adventure was able to be adapted and so much of the preparation ...
... ROCOCO art style. Marble pillars. Lions heads along the building and the most beautiful color of glowing red. Clock towers were being photographed as they chimed. We rubbed shoulders with the locals as they were all leaving work. We passed pubs starting to fill for happy hour. Sydney is a formal business attire type of city, like New York. Most of these business people were in their suits. I noticed several walking and taking off their ties at ...
... it was time to catch the ferry to Manly (where that quota would no doubt be pushed to its limits). First order of business was food! We stumbled upon a cute little beachside cafe called Miami Cuba and nabbed a table outside. Sandwiches, fries, beautiful scenery and the smells of homemade crepes wafting in from next door made for a most enjoyable lunch. We finally got the attention of the laid back barman in order to get our bill (he did not ...