North Shore Hotel
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... and made a swift exit to the car. Not giving up that easily, some continued to follow us, flying from branch to branch of the nearby trees. Have you seen the size of their beaks?! Fortunately we lived to tell the tale.
I only wish we had been able to spend more time in the Royal National Park. It is an amazing place spanning 16,000 which we only got to explore a small part of. It should definitely be on everyone’s to do list when visiting ...
Depart Tuesday morning 1125, after train from Macarthur to International Terminal.
In economy for 9 1/2 hours, so hope my back holds up. (Got lots of drugs)
Arrive Hong Kong 0530pm local time. Staying at the Eaton Hotel.
I'm the advance party as the rest of the group are on a flight about 5 hours later.
Should be sending stories and pictures each day.
... Ended up in the splendid Queen Victoria Arcade window shopping (nothing else is getting in my suitcase!). Passed a Vapiano on my walk and had a hankering for spag bol so popped in for some dinner. Then it was back to do some washing which is now hanging nicely around my bunk bed and chill out in the amazing communal area and see what friends I can make! Not a mind blowing day to read about. Tomorrow should be more interesting so come back soon! Night ...
... life time trip and we can deal with the visa when we get home!!! I still can’t believe we are here!!!! It is soooooo exciting and surreal! The roof top bar was very cool you walked all the way up and it’s an old pub as well the ground floor is open to the street, I lost Sinisa as of course… he found some VLTs! On the way up there are different floors with old parlour rooms different colors and different styles very vintage and neat! One the roof ...
... Puccini set each act of his opera in three very specific locations, all of which can be visited today: the Sant’Andrea della Valle church in Rome, the Palazzo Farnese, and the Castel Sant’Angelo over the River Tiber. Michael Scott-Mitchell, the set designer did a phenomenal job creating faithful reproductions for the set – we all agreed that the sets were amazing.
Act I takes place in the church and is when we meet Angelotti (an escaped ...