Sydney Wattle Hotel
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... s the last thing you want to hear when your at the airport and make you feel incredibly stupid for at least the rest of the day. My mind was set on going to Melbourne, I tried to buy a new ticket at the counter but $450 was just too much for me. On advice of the lady behind the counter I checked the other airlines, and booked another flight for $230 dollar.
When checking in for my new flight I had to hurry because they could move me ...
On my last night at Base a few of us went to the night noodle festival in Hyde Park, I've never seen so many choices of noodles in one place, it was really good food though. I also saw a few people walking around drinking wine from the bottle, I couldn't help but smile haha!
When I got to Bondi Beachouse YHA hostel I felt at home immediately. It was so much more relaxed than the city cent re, and the views/weather were much nicer too! I spent the ...
Hi everyone! Its been a while again since I posted but there's not been a huge amount going on! Instead of saying what I did day by day I think I will give you the highlights and break it down a little differently, how does that sound?
So last I mentioned about a second job I was going for a uniform check, since then I have done four shifts and had my initial induction! The first shift was only a small one at a private house serving ...
We spent the day walking around Sydney, the Opera House, the Royal Botanical Gardens and the Darling Harbour area......trying to exhaust ourselves into a regular schedule. Attended mass at a small Catholic church, St. Patrick's, just a few blocks from the hotel. it is a very walkable city. We saw people walking to the top of the bridge and I know my office will be disappointed if we don't do that. Be prepared....we are not going ...
Today was Zoo day, over the otehr side of the harbour at Taronga. We already had zoo tickets courtesy of the visitor card we had purchased, so headed for the ferry terminal at Circular Quay. No family deals today so return ferry cost $30 - children after the first one do travel free in family groups. The ferry was due in 6 or 7 minutes and we waited with various school groups on their way over. The journey took about 12 minutes and gave good views of bridge ...