Jemby-Rinjah Eco Lodge
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Spent a couple of nights in Blackheath Caravan Park. It allowed us better proximity to the usual tourist spots around Blackheath and Katoomba. The advantage was an en-suite site - very long hot showers! Every lookout along the tourist routes is spectacular. The only disappointment was lack of water in the waterfalls. We finished out touring with a visit to a great local art ...
... m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Three_Si sters_(Australia). About three million people visit them every year. We walked down to the nearest and sat on the bench on the edge of it for a while. Some steps led down into the valley and we decided to investigate. After a while, we judged that we should turn back. However, at this point we were told by some other visitors that, in the valley, there is a train that could take us back up. We took the gamble and continued ...
... done we headed back down to Paramatta where changed to the Captain Cook Tour boat for the trip back to Circular Quay along the river. A glorious time of day to do this tour and the Bridge and Opera House looked stunning in the early evening light.
Sarah and I then headed ofer to the Rocks area to get a bite for tea at the Rock's Cafe. Feeling quite tired we then caught a train back to the YHA and Bed!
Not more than a week ago, when we were in Yass, I had bought my first magazine to read, a Woman's Weekly, with a picture of Prince George on the front. I had started to read where the royals were going to visit, during their visit to Australia, knowing full well they weren't going to WA. For a number of reasons I didn't get to read anymore of the magazine for several days so fortunately my royal watching daughter Melissa sent an email asking if we would be in Katoomba on the 17th ...
... could I not be after witnessing something as amazing as that waterfall. We continued up the mountain. This was probably the most difficult part of the hike as it was stair after stair for several hundred meters. We reached the top and celebrated the success that we had of finishing such a difficult hike.
Exhausted we all got back on the bus and returned to the cabins where we made relaxed, made dinner and reconvened for another bonfire. Here we got back into our group that ...