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... to pop back to Publix and get some things we needed. We decide to get some flowers for both Amy and Leslie as they had brought our things all the way back from Aus for us and we were so so thankful for it.
We arrive back at their home and ring the bell and were greeted by the friendliest faces ever, such lovely people. We were directed into their kitchen and had coffee and Tim Tams waiting for us, yum! We got there at 11am and didn’t leave until ...
... lose one another. So naturally, Aaron runs ahead with Patrice as they’re better runners and Kelley and I run together at a nice pace.
We get to the battlefields and have a nice rest and a chat before turning around and heading back to the car. In total the run was 8km, so a solid hit out for a Saturday morning. My shins were holding up in my new shoes, however because they’re knew I began getting a tiny blister so I walked the ...
... to head towards the back of the park towards the Superman ride as that was my favourite the last time I went. We figured nobody would be going to the back of the park first, and we were right. We got there and walked straight onto the ride, no wait, no line. This was promising for the rest of the day. We all get on and have an absolute blast, it is even better than when I remember it 4years ago. When we get back, there is still no line, so we ask the attendants if we can go again, ...
... Bakery”. Kelley kindly
drive’s us there and we walk around the square and I point out everything I
could remember from my last few trips. We head into the Australian Bakery first,
say hello the Aussie owner and have a chat about where we are from etc. Aaron
ordered a meat pie because he had been really craving one. Just like the ones
back home, they do well to recreate them!
We then head to ...
... wander in the old part of the city. There were beautiful old colonial buildings everywhere. There is a wall that surrounds the old part of the city and we walked along it for awhile. Outside the wall is some reclaimed land with a road and the waves were big enough that when they crashed against the land, it washed up and over the road. As it became dark, the city lit up and the colonial buildings became even more ...