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... young, well it's definitely the right spot to find the girl of your dreams, they're all young surfters in great shape. The size of the waves here are huge with hundreds of kids out there catching the curls. Property values here in Sydney and the surrounding burbs are just like Vancouver, maybe even worse. There are Miami Vice looking condos all along the beach with prices well into the millions - seems ...
... mall. There is a clock on the third floor that puts on a show every hour with tiny animatronic dolls, featuring the beheadings of multiple British kings. It is somehow macabre and charming at the same time. Next we headed to the enormous Hyde Park. It was a beautiful sunny day- there's a bit of a heat wave going on this week in Sydney, actually- so it was really lovely to walk through this park. We saw the Anzac Memorial, the Archibald Fountain, and St. ...
... walked up the Corso in Manly and watched a lone surfer while we had delicious coffee and cake . After looking through the shops and buying sushi and strawberries for dinner we headed home but got the wrong ferry and went to Mosman. What fantastic real estate all the way along the river . Finally we were on the ferry to Darling Harbor it was getting dark and the lights were coming on and the young people in their glamorous skimpy outfits were coming out to play. ...
... well let's wait and see) all Walter Mitty like?????? Finally crawled out of bed in time to have a shower, repack my bag and begin my journey towards my first proper hostel Sydney Harbour YHA I took a bus and a train and a lot of walking in circles... iPhone maps are very deceiving and I got rapidly lost on foot and walked past a very inviting Pie Shop about 3 times But finally climbed the hill and came across the hostel, the reception staff ...
... audio book I was listening to. It was good to have a USB port in the armrest so I could keep everything charged. It took over an hour to get through Border Protection, passport control, customs and baggage collection before doing it all in reverse to get through for the next leg to JFK. They now have self serve kiosks at border protection so because I was here in 2013, my fingerprints are on file so a scan and hey presto, they know all about ...