The Sebel Resort & Spa Hawkesbury Valley
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Mostly sunny morning. Medium (40%) chance of showers late this afternoon and evening. Light winds. Today is our darling Simon's 29th Birthday ! xoxo 7.15am 6.2 degrees feels like 3.9 It is a beautiful morning ! Clear sky here although I can see some cloud towards the east, it is a crisp morning, Graham is walking in Katoomba, the beagle girls are up and I have a nice cup of tea. And the day went like this ... Graham ...
... sell the last few remnants of my old life.
I say old life as I am using this opportunity for a sea-change to force myself to focus on my study and potentially new career.
Lets see how this all goes
Only 23 sleeps to ...
Bondi - the place to be seen - with all manner of vein people trotting about like something out of a movie. Except it was real life.
We had a bit of a hangover from the previous night and even after a fry up we both felt a bit ropey. We were embarking on the coastal walk from Bondi to Coogee, but only managed as far as Bronte Beach.
Its pretty around Bondi, but not a patch on the beach at ...
... the thought of a room full of people on snapback hats and short hair was not for me. Yet I still believe there may be some decent ones around. The highlight apart from discovering karaoke drag queen Wednesday's at Tokyos. Is the fact you came with a plus one and another great mate Kayleigh. Together both have given me a new outlook of Australians. They took me under there wing, fed me when I had no money, gave me places to stay when I had too much goon and ...
... day (!) for a van which was now immobile as well as stinky and smelly and we had a contract until 2nd Jan. As you can imagine there wasn’t much help coming our way but we stuck to our guns and insisted the van should not be driven to the camperman service depot 2 hrs drive away but needed to be towed. There was the usual discussion about who paid for what (i.e. them) and whether we had money back for the days off the road, which were tense and unpleasant. There was ...