Jonah's, Whale Beach
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Day 1 – Saturday 14th March
Well … we finally made it on the cruise ship. After months where it seemed it would take forever for the 14th March to arrive, boy did time fly in those last few weeks.
As I'm typing I’m thinking of what I forgot to pack / throw out etc … oh well, too late now !!
... Nope. Didn't happen.
The fourth myth is that apparently some girls can still be friends with their exes. Not me. Clean breaks (or brakes, Steve is a car, after all) are the easiest. See number three if there is any doubt.
And the final myth is that talking it over with the ex is a good thing. Steve and I didn't talk. I packed my bags. He remained stoic. It was over.
I miss Steve.
... coastal hills but looking back now we like to gloss over that minor oversight. Once Bondi had had its way with us we headed back to the city where we met another old friend from school and enjoyed a couple of bottles of champagne whilst watching the sunset from the Opera Bar - we could definitely get used to beaching by day and partying by night! After another session at Bondi we went back to the hostel and got ready to meet some ...
Although it's tempting to spend all day, every day sunbathing on Bondi, there's much more to Sydney than just the beach. Like most major cities, it's divided up into numerous districts, each with their own distinctive feel and features so we decided to hit the pavement and explore a few.
Newtown: this is very urban with a feel reminsicent of Brooklyn, NY. It has ...
... Devils) and Dev got her bikini out. It really was sweltering, but such a beautiful walk. We tend to go for walks on NY Day, but walking to Bondi beach in 30 degree heat definitely beats Strumpshaw Fen! There was a lot of dramatic coastline on the way, and some pretty smaller beaches, but we made it to Bondi Beach, and it was impressive! Really big, and packed to the rafters with people sunbathing and going in the ocean. It was the busiest beach I had ever seen, and we had a really ...