Well, that was an incredibly amazing awesomely epic morning. If Carlsberg did overnights, then it would probably be the best overnight in the world.
We got up at 0700 NSW time (0600 our time) and went forthe hotel breakfast. They have a special rate for us, so it was the full cooked & continental buffet, something that we dont usually bother doing. Then, at about 0800, we went for the train. The amazing train.
It cost about 13 dollars return to catch 2 trains and a bus, and took about 25 minutes, and then we were in Bondi! The famous, the amazing, and definitely worth it Bondi!
Because we arrived early, it wasn't busy, although it was already about 26 degrees. The sea was tinglingly cold, even with all of the hot weather Sydney has seen lately. Obviously not in the same 'cold league' as Ireland, though! We still managed to swim for a good while - twice, with a nice break to warm up in the sun inbetween!
Then it was a good opportunity to take lots of foolish photos, and buy Cold Rock icecream, and then unfortunately we had to make our way back to the hotel to get ready for work. And now, I am sitting onboard an airplane, and the flight deck thermometer only reads up to 32 degrees, and the needle is off the gauge. Aaaaaahhhhhhh... *melts*
Oh and - the sea was so unbelievably clear, and turquoise, and you could see all the way to the sand even when well out of your depth, and the waves were so ... so... wavey... aaaand the lifeguards were soo hot :P