Q Station Sydney Harbour National Park Hotel
- Shuttle bus service
- Bed and Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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Day 150 We were up fairly early this morning but not before Steph had gone in to work. Before long, we were aboard the 169 bus down to Manly and, soon after that, we had claimed our patch on the beach, which was already very busy. The quarter finals of the Australian Open of Surfing started before 8 this morning so we caught the last of the heats. By 11am, it was already 31 degrees Celsius and the semi finals were underway. As we got closer and closer to the crunch ...
... but snow in Australia - who knew!
Best new skills gained: Where do we start!? We can now prune vines, drive a ute with a dog on our laps, drive a tractor, drive a forklift, hold a chook, tie a hay bail to a ute, clean a horses' hooves (I actually wasn't very good at this), stomping down seaweed, peeling leeches off our legs, thinning apples, tending to a veggie garden, and swimming in shark infested waters and not getting bitten - hooray!
... here that we don't take the time to do back home.
For New Years Eve, we boarded a ferry and headed out into Sydney Harbor. We sat in the middle of the harbor and watched one of the best fireworks show I have ever seen.
Yesterday, we hiked to a secluded little beach that is in a calm inlet. There are tall rocks that people jump off of so of course we had to give them a try. Kirby and Paul jumped ...
... the cameras to us . So at 9.30 the queues started to move towards the gates we planned our attack , it was a1.5km run to best spot in the area we were at . So 4 of us run to get the spot and the rest walked I was chosen as one of the runners . Was a tough sprint as soon as u got through the security . Was like a massive fight between the whole country , everyone was going mental but we got there the Asians couldn't run out sprinted all of them and we were in ...
... say goodbye to Toby, Cate's and my gorgeous and loyal 16 year old Jack Russell/Maltese. He's sensed for the last two days I'm going and has shadowed my every movement with such a sad anxious look on his cute little face. My daughter Nicole and family will look after him. Nic and Joe live in Mosman with my three grand children and their two little dogs; I know Toby gets very spoiled and does ...