The Outback Lodge
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... grew up on Sydney's Northern Beaches and, when the klaxon went off to end the heat and she emerged from the water, she was given a fantastic reception by the home crowd. She was carried aloft along the beach surrounded by celebrating surf fans, right past Korina. By now, the beach was packed but the atmosphere remained very laid back. The men's final saw giant killer Mateia Hiquily pitted against Californian star Kolohe Andino. However, it was a much more ...
... really friendly and genuine, the one who was instigating the whole thing was so determined to persuade me to join them, I wasn't an easy target for him and didn't budge. Ella on the other hand was won over straight away, and I thought she was seriously going to go but messaged us all late the next day when they were dying to hear from her because they were waiting for her answer of whether she was going or not. She ended up saying she had commitments here and wasn't going ...
On Saturday we took Laura through the Botanical Gardens and found an amazing viewing point for the Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Opera House. Then we were due to meet James Kevill and take the ferry to Manly beach. Unfortunately he had to go to hospital but we went to the beach anyway. It was a massive surfing beach but sadly the waves were rubbish. We tested the go pro underwater ...
... afternoons. We are getting much more efficient at loading the car with all of our beach gear (similar to loading the car for a family ski day).
Thomas and I have gone out to some yummy seafood dinners. I ride my bike to yoga and he rides his to the gym. We walk to the grocery (I'm finally learning not to buy too much at one time) and to coffee. Life is simple and we are loving it!
... that January 2 is actually the busiest day of the year for the Bridge Climb -- and some 2000 people would be summiting today! (If you are interested in the salient aspects of operating a Bridge Climblng business, this implies at least $500k in one day revenue. Nice.)
We had elected to take the Bridge Climb Express -- with a total commitment of about 2.25 hours, including fitting up, safety training and the climb, up and down. It was advertised ...