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Magda Adventure Downunder - May 20, 2013

Sydney Harbour & Manly

 We tried to check out many beaches while in the Sydney area. Other than Bondi and Bronte in the Eastern Suburbs, which were fantastic, we also checked out the Northern beaches. To help you get an idea of how Sydney looks, it is really cut up between head lands and different water ways. The best way to get an idea of how it looks is just to google map it. When you come in through the ocean you still have quite a bit of time on a ferry or boat before you actually reach the harbour and the opera house because there is quite a bit of ‘inland’water to cover. That is why many say that Sydney harbour is the most beautiful harbour in the world—because the city just opens up to you as you come in from the ocean and there are so many waterways and coves to see on the way to the harbour. Anyways, back to the Northern Beaches. As I mentioned earlier, my great aunt lives in North Manly, which is in the Northern Suburbs and is one of the best areas of the city to live in. She is lucky that back in the 1950s they decided to build a house in this specific area, because now it is worth a fortune!! Her little home sits among large houses worth millions and millions of dollars ! It is realty gold! But that’s not a huge surprise, considering Sydney is the 3rd most expensive place to live in the world (#1= Hong Kong, #2= Vancouver)! Here, a small condo unit with 2 bedrooms , situated in the Eastern or Northern suburbs, goes for about 2 million! Yes, folks, 2 million dollars!!! And, don’t worry, Australian dollars are roughly Canadian dollars! To be exact, $1 AUD = $1.05 Canadian…

 The Manly beaches are beautiful too. A bit different of a feel compared to the Eastern Suburbs. The ferry comes in on the other side of Manly beach, a small secluded beach only about a block or 2 from Manly beach. It connects Sydney harbour to Manly so it is even busier than Bondi. There are also plenty of boats, and this small beach is tucked away from the ocean so it actually opens up into the ‘inland’ water, not into the open ocean itself. From the dock you walk along a street of cute shops and restaurants, and within a few short blocks you are at Manly Beach. Arguably the same size as Bondi, it is nicely tucked in between 2 headlands. I am not a surfer, but there are good waves at both beaches and you will always find some skilled surfers on the water in both places. The beach is beautiful (no surprise) and usually less crowded- at least that’s what I observed. You can take the walk up towards the right side of the beach, walk along a nice coastal walk,  and you get to Shelley beach which is a bit more tucked away into one of the head lands. There is a nice restaurant there and you can actually snorkel at Shelley Beach—apparently there are massive grouper fish swimming in and around those rocks!  A little further up from Manly is Collins Beach where there are also plenty of boats hanging out on the water. Collins beach is where jump rock is: literally a large rock formation about 6 meters above the water that people leap off of into the water. There is actually a fence over that part of the rock now forbidding people from jumping because apparently someone died many years ago after jumping from it. But the story I heard was the guy who jumped made it into the water just fine, but suffered a massive heart attack before he got out of the water and drowned (or something similar). Anyway, apparently no one has actually died due to jumping off the rock itself. So even with the fence up, plenty of people still jump. You can get around the fence on either side and stand at the edge of the cliff and jump. Some brave souls even stand on the fence and jump off of that! Anyways, my friend Jill brought us there and we had to jump ofcourse! It is quite intimidating I must say. For some reason, 6m doesn’t seem as high when you think about it as when you are actually standing 6m above the water. That distance actually HURTS when you jump in! In times like these, you shouldn’t stand and linger for too long before jumping, so I didn’t hesitate very long before I took the leap! Hitting the water actually hurt, and the jump definitely got the adrenaline pumping! I give props to those that jump off the top of the fence or do flips in the air—I could not do that! I jumped again and that was enough for me. I was proud of my 2 jumps anyways! Tom and Jill each got about 3 in I think, they were a bit braver than me :P It was fun and exhilarating! Not for everyone, but definitely a thrill for brave souls!

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Hamada on Aug 24, 2015
Or, you might just need to find some outside itretesns. A local plumber I've used is a big fan of off-roading. What can a plumber do to change his job?Yesterday I noticed his big-dog truck has a new sticker on it, he apparently has started an off-road apparel company with the same name as his plumbing company.And I can guess he made his real money in the house he bought for an office for the businesses.Maybe %80 of the jobs are going to be unlovable, and rather than trying to tilt an edifice with a paperclip, happiness might be found through identifying and accepting that which one cannot change.I know only one person who I grew up with who has lasted at a company for 30 years (including one boss who was a bit off and is on death row for a notorious child rape/murder). My friends secret? He has a fairly pedestrian outlook on life.word: urobvdi
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Joel Garry - ditto!We all need to get a life for f$cks sake. You DONT'T NEED to love your job ... if you do ... then great, but to say that you NEED TO LOVE IT is a different story.There's so much more to life than a job. Just go and visit the ruins of past caiilvzitions and tell me if you feel that what you are doing today at an average job will matter in 2000 years from now ...I watched a national geographic channel last night and they were talking about how the Moon has been there for millions of years and how our planet would be if not for the Moon ... Our life span is not even a blink of an eye and our capabilities are pathetic in comparison with the world that we live in.Get out there enjoy it while it lasts take care of your family and find a way to look forward to what's next ... find GOD ... not a LOVE for your JOB!
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