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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Here we go again! I've returned to Australia for another adventure and hopefully this time I will reach New Zealand too! I departed the UK on Sunday 7th June, flying from Heathrow to Sydney via Abu Dhabi. My first flight was 7 hours, with a 2.5 hour stopover followed by a 14 hour second flight which arrived at 7pm local time on Monday 8th (10 hours ahead of home)! My hostel was Blue Parrot and I can't recommend it enough, the owners Effie and Sasha were fantastic! A ...
Well!! We are finally on our way to our pilgrimage across Spain, our Camino de Santiago or 'The Way of St James'. It is an ancient pilgrim path also known as Camino FrancÚs. We have been trying to prepare for this huge undertaking for about the last 12 months by going on lovely long walks through the Wyrrabelong National Park walking up to 8kms a day, but somehow I don't think we have ...
... design it. 80% of the steel used was from Middlesborough, England, which must have kept many people in work for several years during the hard times of the late 1920s and early 1930s. I read Alfred Edmonds (my maiden name), aged 59, died of tetanus after crushing his thumb whilst packing stones for the Bridge – I wonder if he was one of my Dad’s elder brothers who emigrated to Australia! The two pylons standing either end of the Bridge ...
... a better event for Bev and me that this Harbour day.
Then we took the 45 minute ferry back to Circular Quay. Here's where we go the best pictures of the harbour as we approached the Opera House and the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
We then parted all going back to our homes. Bruce, Bev, Beatrice and I took the train south. We said good-bye to Beatrice and went back to Bruce's Gymea.
We concluded the day by going to a ...
... like they'd been touched a bit too much as they were balding. We were leaving when we spotted a tank full of stick insects and leaf bugs, the were big ones! The guy came over and got one out on a stick, Ari had a hold of the stick, I didn't as I though he was going to give me the leaf bug. Had a look in another tank for some well disguised leaf bugs, the way to spot them was to make a breeze and they wobble, as leave wobble in the wind. ...