The Charrington Boutique Hotel
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... who was in charge over social media marketing. Last but CERTAINLY not least, we climbed.. The Sydney Harbour Bridge!! It's hard to articulate the beauty I experienced walking across the bridge today. Once again, I cried (I'm such a baby). It was an absolutely breathtaking and speechless experience and I'm so thankful I had to opportunity to cross that off my bucket list. Until tomorrow! All my love, ...
... tough but as soon as anyone told him off he
coward back. So after four nights we had enough and went to a hostel down the street
that has a great location but they’re incredibly frugal, one even has to pay
for plates and silverware (luckily we have Talia!). Once Talia got out of exams
we started hanging out with her and haven’t stopped since. She ...
Hannah had the day off on Wednesday so we decided to jump on a ferry to Sydney and have a look around for the day. Unfortunately the storm front that had moved in the night before was still hanging around, but we decided to take a chance and see if we could avoid the rain. We timed it well and jumped on the ferry just before it was leaving and before long we were back at Circular Quay.
Hannah came up with the idea ...
... and making bookings along the way. Time is our friend! Well, kind of!! After listing all the countries in Europe where we would like to go, even 8 months isn’t going to be long enough to see it all! And we have a pretty strict budget to keep in mind!!
Of course we have a few must sees, and a few things planned out already including time with Michael’s relos in South Africa on the way over, plus 3 x Pearl Jam concerts in Amsterdam,
... and at the beginning of each winter term there used to be just not enough rooms so prices skyrocketed just because people have no choice.
Aberdeen was expensive because the oil brings the money to the city, so even though it's not the prettiest of all places and the buildings are what British buildings are - badly insulated you easily payed 300 pound for a 7mē shithall. I was lucky back then as you can read here: