The Sebel Resort & Spa Hawkesbury Valley
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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... from Bendigo … we chatted with the ladies for some time before heading back to the bakery for a couple of sausage rolls and a home made slice to share … and besides … it was cold - 9 degrees C according to our car temp. Brrrr...
Back on the Highway, it didn’t take long before we made a left turn onto the New England Highway and headed towards Tamworth.
... mind off of the huge drop. The hardest part of the climb was coming back down which really worked your legs, I would definitely recommend the climb though as the views are unbeatable ! (Big thank you to tt & uncle pete ! X). After my climb I felt extremely tired but had a nice surprise when I got back to the apartment where Harriet had blown up balloons, put birthday banners and got me some birthday muffins :). I felt very spoilt from the whole day, thank ...
... with his personally but certainly not looks. Our second day in Sydney we decided to head to Darling Harbour since we had missed it first time round. It was a really nice place and we grabbed a bite to eat here. That evening we had arranged to meet up with Nicky and Richie who we met in Cairns so we headed over to their flat. It was really good catching up with them and hearing what they had been up to. We had a few drinks and played a few games. It was a really good ...
... to Circular Quay and the Manly Ferry. All this took about an hour and we were at the apartment before nine in the morning. Today was a two walk day as I was anxious to stave off jet lag. In the morning we did the Manly Beach Walk, which Rosemary has elongated by adding a trek into the lagoon, making the walk a little more than eight kilometers. ...
... raucous mix of international music blared from the towering speaker systems stacked high on the pavement. We'd weave through likeminded partygoers negotiating deals on the notorious Sangsom buckets that were iconic along Khao San Road. Sangsom is a traditional Thai rum that happens to be very very cheap, and very very strong. Poured over ice and mixed with an Asian take on Red Bull, this infamous cocktail provides a toxic combination likely to ...