Quality Hotel Sands Narrabeen
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Refrigerator in room
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... with a view of the Harbour & bridge, Vicky having a girls day in the Eastern Suburbs simultaneously. After a full day of shopping and pampering I met the ladies in Zetland at Emma's where we enjoyed an evening of drinks & stories! In our ever growing mini Manchester we were reacquainted with a friend of Vicky & the folks, Jonny, who is over travelling for a month or so. The next morning we had planned to go to Coogee Beach with our housemates for ...
... so I got a special mention every time he talked about that.
I went on a boat tour afterwards, out to Manly (so named apparently because when one of the settlers saw the natives there he thought they looked very manly...), Quarantine bay (where the ill were quarantined), Shark Island (also a quarantine area where people often died so they were ...
... while we were there they lowered 2 boats into the water. We also stopped for water and coffee. From here we headed to a look out point where we could see Lion Island and Palm Beach, from here we were going to head to Palm Beach for lunch but the traffic was awful and we stopped at Newport, where we are at the Newport Inn Hotel. From here we headed to Manly. We walked from the ferry terminal to the ...
... and we always have a lot of fun. I'm going to see them again before I go back and will keep in touch with them in the future. The food was excellent tonight, we had Chilli Calamari, Potato Noodles and Katsu Pancakes. After dinner we went to see Matts friend who lives in Waverton, he could be an interesting person to keep in touch with as he is a PE teacher in Sydney, it could open up some opportunities. Bridge Climb tomorrow, weather forecast is bad so fingers crossed it's ...
... showers. We had spent two nights in Wellington on our car journey through NZ but we did go into the city and rode the cable car and looked around the city again.
Our next stop was Akaroa. Last time on our cruise we travelled to Christchurch and did not see much of Akaroa. This time we spent the day in this lovely township. The town was affected by the earthquake that ravaged Christchurch. The town was an early French settlement ...