Sydney Gateway Resort and Holiday Park
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It's clean and comfortable, some pretty loud traffic noise all hours, but good facilities and friendly staff.
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... of the year but still a very pleasant bush walk on a mild sunny day.
One of things we should mention are the number of lovely people we've met at our campsites. All of these meetings leading to long conversations about what, where, how, who and when . . Love this life!
May 15 Gerringong
Leaving Ulladulla we stopped at Milton for a look-around. It's a delightful little town with a thriving arts and crafts community. It also boasts a lovely, lively ...
... to the Aquarium and Animal world..
Walked to Darling Harbour and had a snack lunch and drink. I managed to avert a big disaster there. Janette popped to the loo and I spotted a group of school children on a trip without sufficient control. When Janette reappeared I was able to divert her to see something else without even seeing them. Phew
Then on to the Aquarium and later Animal world. The Aquarium Janette found good, but not me ...
We arrive at Sydney international airport, expecting scores of travellers at this "busy international hub". It was like a ghost town, which is more than I can say about the airport link trains and stations. We had arrived during their rush hour and we seemed to on the same train as everybody else, and walking in the opposite direction on the ...
... country in the world.
I have been to Bali before but this is Julie's first trip. It was an Intrepid trip of some 14 days and it got the group out to some of the more remote parts of the island. I really enjoyed Ubud which was one of the locations for the Eat, Pray Love movie (I think that is what is was called). Ubud is known as the cultural hub of Bali and is more layed back and less hectic than the Kuta area.
From here we head to the ...
Almost my last entry that last one. It's now 3:45am 27th Jan, we arrived home in Australia last night and guess what I could not sleep. But I was thinking and seem to have found jotting notes down helps me. Two phrases I was thinking on just then "do what's in front of you" and it's far better" not taken from anywhere or anyone, just early morning thoughts after a month in Europe. We travelled with the great unwashed on trains and buses all over, staying ...