Hughenden Boutique Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... for part of the year. I think it would be a great lifestyle but not signing any contracts yet!
L & E check out the Sea Sanctuary and are a little freaked out by the shark and stingray tunnel but enjoy watching the cute little penguins that are indigenous to Australia.
Not long before we are off again. L has had a couple of evenings of feeling a bit homesick but I think we all have a bit at different times. ...
... I have lost so many items of clothing whilst traveling from moving from place to place that belongings become expendable and less valuable. Especially after getting my iPad stolen... Yeah it sucks, but you learn that these are just things and the memories you have to replace them are worth so much more. I've learnt that the less I have, the better I live.
Whilst on my travels, I learnt many things about being a backpacker...
1. Living out of a backpack ...
... br> Wouldn't let you have a backpack, so had to leave it, which was good as it was heavy. We had a wander around, there was a big clock that only had 50 seconds, making 18 hours in a day. Was quite cool, but mainly because you could see the working behind it.
There was some utter **** in there, most of it to be honest, I don't understand it. There were generic paintings, a white wall with lines, that was neutral somehow. There was a badly proportioned spider-man, looking ...
... get out and about a bit.
Our first trip out was to Manly beach but you can read about that separately.
We took a couple of other trips out - for Bryan swimming mainly - and to the pictures. We saw a weird film called Interstellar. We won't say what happens in case you haven't seen it.
New Years Eve finally arrived and this was our Bucket List event! But as always with the special things we do, you can read about it ...
... and picnic blanket in its back pack place and took a beach stroll before the heavens opened up. It was dark and I couldn't even see Andy & Poppy at the shoreline from the promenade where I waited and admired the night time view of Bondi. Meandering back to the comfort of our apartment noting the shops around us and along the way. The storm was growing ever closer and we were all back in time for the rain to let loose. Poppy took up residence on our comfy bed and was ...