Terrigal Pacific Coastal Retreat
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- Outdoor pool
- Swimming pool
- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... Bridge too, this should be on everyone’s bucket list. I went up last time, despite my fear of heights, and the views across Sydney are fantastic. Dave has a climb booked for later on in our stay, but I am going to find a nice wine bar to sit at and watch from below. As we are spending a few weeks in Sydney at the end of our trip we decided to have a reasonably relaxing day and took a ferry to Darling Harbour, close to the main City, opening in 1988 to ...
... it up each year)...Thankyou xxxx So now I sip my Pinot Gris on the balcony, Amy reads her $1 Go Girl omnibus book (a scoop from a quick Op-Shop trip with Cameron this afternoon as I napped on the recliner), we are waiting for dinner to heat up in the oven, I can't help thinking that not only is life good, but life is better when we work hard to achieve good things, thanks for insisting I stick to Biochemistry Tata, where would I have been if I didn't? Signing off, Co-Pilot ...
... a blubbering idiot sitting next to her. It was when I got out the car and had to say goodbye to her that I started again and just couldn't stop! Thank god I was wearing sunglasses, they managed to cover my eyes and my face, as I was sitting waiting for my train just crying, must had looked like a nutter!
It was a perfect weekend and I am going to miss them terribly!!! ...
... get 2 seats on the little shuttle train and arrived shortly after Chris but considerably cooler. Chris got a really good spot in the amphitheatre opposite the bridge but on rather a steep incline so the blow up chairs would not work but we managed to keep one up until 9pm when the police orders all chairs to be taken down. Nia occupied herself until 5pm at the circus workshop learning new ...
... fringes into Manly. 10km walk. Helen had forgotten that this coastal walk had quite a few climbs and descents. There were lots of very large lizards on the path. At our lunch spot a very friendly lizard came to sit with us - well on us in Nia's case! He was obviously well tuned into the tourists stopping to eat at this viewpoint. Guide books say that this is probably the best ...