Travelodge Manly - Warringah
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Day 139 A 4am start was required this morning so that we could get everything away in our bags and have a few mouthfuls of breakfast before setting out for Sydney. With a Herculean effort, Korina somehow managed to get up and within forty-five minutes she was good to go. Ben did a last sweep of our room in the hope that we wouldn't leave too much behind; we've not though of anything much that we might have misplaced yet. It was very strange to see our ...
... her teachers. So "Thank You" to everyone who has helped me to help Mwanahawa! If you would like to know more about the School of St.Judes please click on: http://www.schoolofstjude.org There is still time to donate to my volunteer trip. All the money I raise is going towards helping me to help underprivileged orphaned children in Zimbabwe and wild animals across Zimbabwe and South Africa. I have a rewards programme in ...
... home who I'm so proud of for coming out here. We've talked about spending New Years together for months and I can't believe it's already been and gone. It has been another amazing couple of weeks and once again I'm incredibly grateful for the people I've got to spend it with. It's weird to think half of my trip is already done and next stop is Asia! I'm sad to say goodbye to some really special people but I know I'll see them again. A new challenge and a new continent ...
... went south to Huskisson and took a boat tour round Jervis Bay, out to Point Perpendicular, past beautiful sandy and almost deserted beaches and some stunning cliffs. We were lucky enough to see two pods of dolphins which was amazing, the first time I've seen wild dolphins, so graceful as they leapt out of the water. They also let down ...