Y Hotel City South
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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Caught the XPT to Stuart Town at 7.18 from Sydney.
The trip went well and the person sitting next to me had an interesting story. She was a harvester at Wellington and worked 9 months of the year. She had 3 kids and had just been to Sydney for a holiday and also broke up from her boyfriend while in Sydney and she obviously hadn't ...
... nicht an die Brust der Mutter legen, wird er mit schreien beginnen. Das müssen wir oft 2-3 Mal machen, bis wir losfahren können. Es ist uns ganz klar, dass wir da etwas falsch machen. Genauso bei allem anderen, wenn er sich nicht wohl fühlt oder etwas nicht stimmt oder etwas macht das er nicht sollte: Es ist unsere Schuld und wir müssen unser Verhalten und Umgang mit ihm ändern!
Dann will ich noch einen ...
Did not sleep well. Too excited I think. Sharyl picked me up in the taxi at 5.10 am that is and off to the Dubbo airport. She flew qantas and the rest of us went Rex. Although Sharyl boarded before us we arrived in Sydney ahead of her and took train to international. We booked in and waited for her. They had to de-ice the wings apparently in Dubbo ...
... but I was clearly wrong. It started raining again last night and is still going. We even had one day this week where hail was shooting down the sky. Yes, shooting! It really hurt getting hit by the hail! But hey, it can only get better, right?!
Kevin and Eilish are busy working, while I wasted a week falling for a pyramid scheme trying to get my foot into the beauty industry. I´ve always been passionate about beauty and beauty treatments and then I found this job offer on ...
The past week has been a smorgasbord of art, museums, theatre, even brushes with royalty. Not our typical scene, but you have to escape from the bush at some point and there really isn't a better place than Sydney to do just that. Immediately upon entering the city we signed up for a dinner cruise on a tall ship constructed in the 1920s as a Danish icebreaker and got tipsy on champagne as we sailed under the Harbour Bridge and watched the sunset on ...