BEST WESTERN Ashfields Philip Lodge Motel
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... the first bit of stars on the walk down. It was definitely one of the things that I had been really wanting to do and so when 5:50pm rolled around, I was very excited and ready to get climbing! Tracey was unable to join us due to a sore foot...so it was just Michelle, Tom (Tracey's Fiance) and myself who suited up to do the walk! Unfortunately, the height of the bridge was too much for me and about 1/3 of the way in crossing the catwalk on ...
... sunset you couldn't ask for a better setting to see the T20 Big Bash match between the Sydney Sixers and Perth Scorchers. Even though the match billing and big hitting disappointed a tad, I had a great time cheering each boundary, as memories of my GCSE summer spent watching Kent came flooding back! Not sure if I sold the sport to Linda though.... Taken in by my book, I met Linda to go to the park to read. We barely spoke for 90 mins, engrossed (in the same ...
... to say goodbye to such a great girl, I'm also happy in the knowledge that we will definitely meet up once we're both home. There are some people you meet when you're travelling that you know you'll just spend a few good days with but probably never see again, and the ones you meet who you know you'll keep in touch with for years and I'm pleased to say Claire is the latter. I'm so grateful to her and Sarah for making Christmas a special time and a very memorable few ...
... were the kangaroos, platypus', and an awesome dinosaur exhibit featuring life-sized dino replicas.
We're excited to be meeting up with some old friends tomorrow. With the temperature forecast to rise to 30+ degrees we'll have to pace ourselves though! Sounds like a swim at Manly is in order.....
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This fountain is a reasonably large body of water, large by Sydney standards, that wraps around Tumbalong park oval. There are several rectangular/curved pools of water that connect around the oval's edge. Each pool has its own feature - which could be jets of water, stepping stones or plain old ...