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Scared of heights? Unfit? Don’t like ladders? What would you do in Sydney?

AUSTRALIA | Sun, 17 May 2015 | By goannasnake | Views [389]

Climb the Harbour Bridge, of course. At least, that’s what I did. The weather was absolutely awful – cold and very wet. What would you expect in the middle of winter? Well, it could have been fine, but it wasn’t. Everyone else thought ... Read more >

Tags: bridge climb, fear, sydney

MORE SYDNEY (THE END!)

AUSTRALIA | Sat, 7 Nov 2009 | By vantasticnsw | Views [1060]

It's the end of our trip!  Nooooooo!!! Nah it's cool.  We're ok, really.  We got to finish with a BANG ...with SKY DIVING and CLIMBING THE SYDNEY HARBOUR BRIDGE!! Skydiving was insane!  The feeling was absolutely incredible!!  You ... Read more >

Tags: bridge climb, bridgeclimb, nsw, roadtrip australia, skydive the beach, skydiving, sydney, sydney harbour bridge, van-tastic, wollongong

Video - "COCKATOO ISLAND, BONDI & BRIDGE CLIMB!"

AUSTRALIA | Mon, 2 Nov 2009 | By vantasticnsw | Views [1056] | Video

We make it to Sydney on our Van-Tastic NSW roadtrip adventure. Check out our amazing accommodation at Wake Up!, visit Cockatoo Island (Sydney’s best kept accommodation secret!), learn to surf on world famous Bondi Beach, and then climb to the top of ... Read more >

Tags: bondi, bridge climb, cockatoo island, lets go surfing, nsw, roadtrip australia, surfing, sydney, van-tastic, wake up

 

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The mortuary room in the monastery. The nuns would be laid for 24 hours, before a burial. Previously family were not allowed to attend the funeral of their daughter who lived in the monastery. Part of the monastery is still resided by nuns, not the part we saw which is open to the public. And the rules have been relaxed, family at funerals, nuns are allowed TV and to work in a job outside of the monastery.: by jorjejuanita, Views[100]
The mortuary room in the monastery. The nuns would be laid for 24 hours, before a burial. Previously family were not allowed to attend the funeral of their daughter who lived in the monastery. Part of the monastery is still resided by nuns, not the part we saw which is open to the public. And the rules have been relaxed, family at funerals, nuns are allowed TV and to work in a job outside of the monastery.

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