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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I start loosing faith in Human Race..... another Terror induced Tragedy..... is this ever going to stop? Two party's fight each other and kill each other is deplorable but killing Innocent third Party People is horrible and an absolutely War Crime......and may we bring those responsible for this Crime to ...
... anything special and I am thinking too much. But it feels good as well and something new would probably be too much right now. Later that day I met Rosanne from my West Coast tour. We were sitting on the beach, talking about our trip, looking for whales and had a really good time. She is just sweet as sugar! In the evening I met Anne. We drank Cider in a pub and my roomie from Texas joined us and we ended up in McDonald eating ice cream and sitting there ...
"No one realises how beautiful it is to travel until he comes home and rests his head on his old familiar pillow."
"All travel is circular... After all, the grand tour is just the inspired man's way of heading home."
Paul Theroux, The Great Railway Bazaar
... the water alive to leave more room for fins on the boat :( ). All in all, a super educational tour. As we finished there, we headed back to one of the under-tank walks where you can walk through round topped glass halls below the shark tanks. Watching the fish swim around and over you is absolutely spectacular. It was made even more spectacular with the two scuba divers who jumped in just as we got there with a bin of fish to feed to the ray and the sharks. We watched for ...
... in the first place - the lure of sleeping in a wide open space, of soaking up delicious humidity and foreignly disgusting smells, being bustled by crowds in night markets, pushing my toes into the white sand of a beach in Tanzania and breathing in the infinite Indian Ocean. So - to cut an unnecessarily long anecdote short - I'm leaving tomorrow. In just over 24 hours' time, I'll be Johannesburg, with all the time in the world and half a planet ahead of ...