Cremorne Point Manor
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... some of the buildings in Asia are 2-3 times the height. It does however give beautiful panoramic views of the whole city. When we first got up there it was quite clear and still light out. You can't really see the Sydney Opera House as it's blocked by a building but we could see the Harbour Bridge. We did a full lap taking pictures and then decided as it was starting to get dark we would wait for sunset. Unfortunately as the sun was setting the city became covered in thick ...
This is not goodbye Sydney, just see you soon.
After a quick power nap we met up with Rogers friend and headed out to Dubai Marina for dinner and drinks. It is amazing the buildings that have been built here and the amount of work still being done.
The next day was spent sight seeing and trying to survive the crazy traffic. We then visited the biggest mall in the world, where even Nic was overwhelmed, ...
... side of Bali that we had missed last time.
We left Sydney on a balmy Saturday evening and arrived at Chang Mai airport (Which is not in Denpasar as it says on your ticket) to an even more balmy evening...lol. We always wait on the plane and get off last as not to be trampled by the herd of idiots fighting to get out of 'Cattle Class' and be first in line at customs. It worked out well because as we left the plane this lovely Balinese woman escorted us to the lifts (me being ...
... Dave" was safely secure onshore in her Hurricane Cradle and she sustained no damage however they now are a bit behind with some of the upgrade work.
We have registered her as an Australian Vessel and officially changed her name from Le Merou (which is French for the fish Grouper) to "Thinking of Dave".
At this time it all seems to be coming together so hopefully it will remain on track now.
... Places of interest included. In this tour were: Arctic Circle The Arctic Circle is a parallel of latitude that runs 66° 33′ 00" north of the Equator. The Arctic Circle is the southernmost latitude in the Northern Hemisphere at which the sun can remain continuously above or below the horizon for 24 hours (at the June solstice and December solstice respectively). North of the Arctic Circle, the sun is above the ...