3 Sisters Motel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... the way as there was no way, once I found my spot, was I leaving. The time was ticking by, 12 noon came and went and still no royals. Where I was standing, I happened to be right next to some aboriginal dignitaries and they had been told it would be 1pm before the royals were to arrive. 1pm came and went, my feet were starting to go numb and I only drank a small amount of water and ate an apple. I was not leaving my spot!
I was next to 4 teenagers from Katoomba High ...
... there is something tangible for the student to relate the information to. About twenty or thirty minutes into the hike we came across our first challenge. For this challenge, we had to wiggle our way though a small hole in the rocks and emerge on the other side. I am not one to get claustrophobic, so I quickly volunteered. Without hesitation I army crawled my way through the whole only having to pause once to adjust my body to fit. Not till after, when others were talking about ...
... it as I would have...hahaha.
Our hike was beautiful - we took a trail called the National Pass and passed beautiful waterfalls and finally amazing views of the mountains. It seemed like they were right in the middle of the mountains and the sandstone surrounding us along with bits of rainforest and eucalyptus trees was stunning. We stopped at some amazing waterfalls for lunch and kept on hiking, meeting some people JOGGING the trail ...
... largest gondola in Australia etc) and had some lunch beofre catching the Syline accross the valley to the Prince Henry cliffs. We walked along the trail to the lookout where we had a great view of Katoomba falls and the Three Sisters along with the Blue Mountains. From here we went to Echo Point for another view then walked the Gaints Stairway (900 steps - steep, down to the bottom of the Jamison Valley). It took us about half an hour and we passed plenty of people ...