Q Station Sydney Harbour National Park Hotel
- Bed and Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Shuttle bus service
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... the beach and she was just as lovely in person. She took me back to the hotel where I put my bags in her room and she showed me around. Not going to lie, the hostel is a bit of a shithole. There is no air con or air circulation, it is the hottest place I've stayed. Last night was so unbearably hot my body was pulsating all night and j thought I might actually faint. The kitchen is tiny, there is 33 rooms here, some are 14bed dorms. The hostel can hold around 130 people and it ...
... around and burn off some energy. There's also a coffee shop and a gift store...both of which were closed since we were on the road in the early morning but it was cool to see it and now I can go back to the states with a reference to being "Is it Big Banana worthy?" (even though Michelle will probably be the only one to get the joke) Along the way, we passed through Hunter Valley - which is one of the largest grape growing area in New ...
... with the Good time working girls on Thursday/Wednesday UK. Content at staying in ourselves, I got on to make tea so we could eat out on the balcony while still nice. On the Lloydy menu tonight was salmon in tomato, red pepper & basil sauce, accompanied by veg stirfry and herby potatoes & cheesy asparagus tips, followed by a chilled cocktail or two on the terrace to see the sun disappear. Dexter was distracting Andy, so I continued blogging whilst the ...
... 30am we boarded the ferry to Manly. We were up on the second level deck, against the railings, when I happened to notice a young Chinese couple with a selfie-stick! I was commenting to Cherub that I had told my dad he should purchase one for his own selfie adventures. Not 10 seconds after I'd made that comment, the girl holding the stick unfortunately bumped it on the ferry railing, and the phone popped out of its holder and went flying into ...
... and while my double checking may be cute at home, overseas it's reason enough to develop a tick. But food, food solves all issues. We have spent a ridiculous amount on food, trying new things, ordering local things, ordering things from home like cheese and after every meal we were friends again...oddly except in Nandos...not just the chicken that's fiery. Learning...put aside a big food budget, it's cheaper than divorce or separate flights home and when you accidentally ...