Pennant Hills Waldorf Apartment Hotel
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Since we only stop for one day in most ports we need to plan each port so we see the most important sites. Planning is under way. An added complication is that in some ports attractions or services have shut down for the winter.
... Sea so it is fairly rough again, but not horrible. We went to two lectures today, one on whale and dolphin rescues which was interesting. The other lecture was on forensic dentistry, and she talked about the tsunami of 2005 in Thailand. She also was very knowledgable. We had time for a quick nap before dinner. After dinner tonight we went to listen to one of the bands in the pub. We have two more sea days and then we are back in New Zealand again. The seas should calm down the closer we ...
... abroad even lower. Manly is a typical beach centre with the usual shops and takeaways. But it's worth coming for the nice beach and the ability to swim without fear of being sucked under by a giant wave. Six hours later the ferry took us back to Sydney Harbour, walking back to the hotel through an impressive Hyde Park and an early night as tomorrow we have a 7.30 pick-up for a full day tour to, amongst other things, the Blue ...
... spot used to be a well kept secret, but since it has been recently been upgraded, more people are now able to enjoy relaxing here. The centre piece is the mast of the HMAS Sydney, which was erected as a memorial to those who served on it during the Great War. There have been four HMAS Sydneys, with one currently in the Australian Navy's fleet. Near the mast, a ...
... at Bronte beach, stunning and free closely followed by the Bondi Icebergs.
Best hot springs: Our only hot spring experience in Oz, and therefore the best, was at Ravenshoe hot springs in the Atherton Tablelands, Terry even made friends with a Tazzie hippy.
Friendliest locals: The ones I'm related to.
Best trek: The Coogee to Bondi coastal walk was pretty special. Jules & Ro - you need to return to do this!