Seasons Harbour Plaza
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... many things about Australia's history.
- Botanic Gardens (free entry) and The Domain
- Hyde Park --> lots of things happen here. The time I was in Sydney there was a Night Noodles Market.
- Sydney Tower --> you can go up to the observatory deck for 17 euro approx. Nice views.
- Darling Harbour --> great idea to spend the day at ...
... We had planned to go onto Bondi Beach, but we ran out of time. We will now do that tomorrow. Stopped off at Darling Harbour and had lunch (with a Tooey Extra Dry Beer). 20:00. We had an invite for dinner from Mei's Uncle and he took us to a Thai Restaurant. There were eleven of us, not quite sure what I ate, but it was hot but very tasty and had to have another beer (a Singha Beer this time). Came back to Matt's house still quite tired and crashed ...
... horses, much better weather, very sporty vibe, lots of opportunities for swimming with the nearby beaches and they speak our language (I do hope she comes back to the UK eventually though!) Luckily I never actually saw any spiders, snakes or jellyfish while I was here, which I was quite worried about before and had built myself up for.
Next we are getting a flight via Kuala Lumpar that evening to get to Sandakan (Borneo). Flying Malaysia airlines so feeling pretty nervous!! ...
... 8230;you'd never guess where…The coffee club of course! (God I hate that place! Haha) but had a yummy lunch and coffee. Next stop, airport, plane, and Sydney.
Arriving in Sydney, in torrential rain, was not fun to say the least. Grabbed the train to the city centre then a bus from central to Glebe. Was off to visit the slimey Italian that I had met on the Whitsundays, Mattia. He was working that evening so I headed straight to the hostel in ...
... Opera House. After taking many many selfies and pictures with the Harbour Bridge and Opera House in the background we took a tour inside the Opera House. Our tour guide Alex was very theatrical, funny and knowledgeable.
After the Opera House we walked and walked and walked. We wondered through part of the Royal Botanical Gardens, by Hyde Park, Parliament House, St. Marys and the Australian Museum. We then hopped onto the Bondi & ...