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... it out. I ordered quail for my entree, ocean trout for main and creme brulee for my dessert. We were also allowed 3 side dishes between the two of us of which we chose to have all the vegetables (carrots, potato & zucchini). The food was marvelous. One of the best meals I've ever had and the trout was cooked beautifully. There was an extra charge for eating at this resaraunt but it was only $49pp. I would pay that every day of the week for what we were served and ...
... and greens. Frequently, as you are preparing to line up a put or teeing your drive, you'll hear laughing Kookaburras or scolding maggies in the trees above. Today, Bobby promised we would see a large number of Kangaroos. Without fail, on just the second hole, I noticed about a dozen Kangaroos lounging in the shade on the side of the fairway, watching us like spectators at a PGA tournament. I got out of the cart to have a closer look, and a little ...
... and early afternoon walking along the beach and caught the train back to meet Hannah at 2. I was actually gutted to say bye to her and catch the train to Central station. Even though it's only been a month I can't explain how nice it is to see a familiar face from. I love meeting new people but not having to make small talk for a few days has been great. But all good things as they say. I had about 5 hours to kill before my night bus to Melbourne so I dropped my bag at ...
... a three hour wait in Dubai, definitely not my favourite country so I was thankful we didn't have to leave the transit area, again waiting in Emirates lounge. Very similar to Sydney,
Almost identical really.
Next 8hr (6hrs) flying leg to Rome was much the same. Different food of course but so comfortable and again I did get some sleep.
We landed in Rome right on time....1.40pm Rome time.
... egrets and common or garden pigeons all clamoring for sustenance. The photos tell it all.
Our final stop is at the Opera House to enjoy a bottle of Barossa Valley Shiraz at the Opera Bar to watch the sun set under the Harbour Bridge. What a spectacular end to our day.