Quest North Ryde
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... whilst slowly crossing the 270m below! We then went on the Incline railway train....this was fun...went down and came back again. Afterwards we rode the cable car to the bottom of the valley. During the time we were having fun on these attractions we did walk around the rain forest. I convinced Liz to have another go on the train. We did this and when we did the return we made sure we would get a front seat, ...
... guy I'd spoken to earlier and me. Shaun was the tour guild, we took a bus to the beach. Very very busy but it was a Saturday and hot. The waves were big, the water was dirty lots sticks and leaves in. We played about for a bit but got told to move over as there was some sort of boarding going on. I pasted out on the beach, I was knackered after not much sleep in 48 hours. We left this beach and walked round to bondi beach. Lovely walk. The guys aren't my cup ...
... and reef trips etc. I also wasn't able to Skype my dad which I was sad about and hope he knows it's because we haven't any means of doing so. We'd made a loose plan to Skype yesterday or today as my brother was around too...I will try and find some wifi on the morrow so I can email him to explain. Port Douglas is lovely - a swanky holiday town I would describe it as so far. We found our little home for the next few days 'Reef club resort' very easily, parked the beast and got out ...
... short walk away, we found the World Tower shopping centre where we got our cell phones working. After browsing through some of the other stores, we headed back to our hotel and sent our new phone numbers to the Eleys in Perth. At this point, Joan laid down on the bed, and before you know it, she was sawing fresh logs. I wasn't the least bit tired, so I played on the computer until she awoke.
Eventually, she woke up and ...
... The walk way is really narrow but there are railings either side and you are secured onto the railing from start to finish. There were only 7 of us and the guide in our group. The guide was really friendly and informative sharing lots of information and gossip about Australia, Sydney and the bridge itself. It's very well organised and safety is their number one priority. They have been told that it a single item falls onto the roads below the tour company will be shut down. ...