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TravelPod Member ReviewsVulcan Hotel Sydney
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... is located along the northern coast and is the capital of the Northern Territory. They have people from 60 nations living here. Gold was found here in 1871 and during world war 11 it was bombed. The modern Darwin is a fast growing centre due to its close proximity to Asia and the wonderful climate. We selected a tour today called the Wildlife Park so we could see some of the animals. It was about one hour south of Darwin and though others said Darwin was ...
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... staff & students and of course my beautiful Balthazar (dog) & Buffy (cat). It's going to be the strangest thing knowing that my "baby" (S2S) will be returning for term 2 without me for 2 weeks, but I know my babysitters will take awesome care of it. Everybody arrived nice and early - no stragglers or late comers! Woo hooooo! We met our wonderful tour director Sally from Dance Around the World. We checked in straight away and got our group ...
First off, I BOOKED MY TRIP yesterday!! So excited, I leave for Melbourne on March 21st and I'll return on Sydney on April 21st! At that point I'll be ready to find a place and job to make some of the money I spent back :) I'm really looking forward to! To sum up yesterday (Tuesday) when I didn't post... I had a lazy morning then headed to the travel agent to book my trip, was planning on the zoo but they recommended going when I had ...
... Sydney, down George street towards Circular Quay, ventured through The Rocks district and ending at the lookout of the Opera House. It was a 2.5 hour long journey of history and sites, I really enjoyed it. My favourite tidbit of information was about The Rocks - a historical area that was once solely populated by convicts, causing disruption within the area. Women used to climb up on the archways and jump onto men walking beneath and rob them, and scurry away with ...