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Wow! The Bluesfest is everything and more than we expected. A great vibe, fascinating mix of people, have listened to some great new music and some unbelievable artists we already knew. Angelique Kidjo was a huge highlight last night! And the benefit of our five day ticket is we get to see her again today as well as John Mayall for the second time. Made a great decision when I bought ...
... they had astronomy talks and viewings on Sunday's and Wednesday's at 8pm only and suddenly realising that it was in fact Wednesday I sprinted over to Paulie and told him we were not leaving! Fate bought us here on a Wednesday and we only had to wait a few hours to experience something we've always wanted to do, view the night sky from an observatory.
We passed the time easily, walking down through ...
... and once again we were paddling in the middle of winter - I really could get used to that! The mission for the rest of the day was to spot kangaroos or Koalas on the way back. As we're driving back through the bushier way rather than the high way, I thought this was a fairly easy task. Apparently not, no one koala or kangaroo was seen. Clearly a trip to the zoo will be required next time! We had a great few days with Tony. Will be looking forward to our next trip to ...
... The Mad Hatter's Tea Party so we went and sat in their school grounds to look around and enjoy lunch whilst supporting them. Bought a few bargain DVD's and lotsof books. Ate homemade cake and just sat in the ideal sunshine to soak up the atmopshere. The final Grand Parade was held in the Main Street and we enjoyed the variety of 'exhibits', an icecream and ...
... and oddly enough, in the skydiving world, that isn’t much! There were other instructors that had over 50,000 jumps. The ride up to 14,000 feet took us about 15 minutes, and at least 10 minutes of that was flying over the Pacific Ocean. During the climb, I was more afraid of the plane crashing into the water than I was of the actual dive! At the same time, Matt was casually eating a sandwich while videotaping and taking ...