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... also went to go in the snow globes but one had busted and the other one hadn’t arrive yet, so will go back another day.
The highlight of the night was the inflatable slide. I am still such a big kid at heart because I couldn’t wait to go it and I could imagine my Dad would love it to. My Dad hasn’t grown up and I am definitely taking after him. We had so much fun going on it, as we first of all just went down it normally but then ...
... couldn't stop laughing and smiling. The Swans (home team) won 98-94, a very close game. They would take huge leads and then the Power would start to catch up and the crowd (including us) went insane! I definitely want to watch more games and get other people into this sport because it is that awesome! We are off for drinks as a group to finish off Sydney before we head to Cairns tomorrow. So night ...
... while serenaded by a Beatles tribute band we passed under the harbour bridge and opera house.
Since we’re not due to have dinner until the second sitting at 7:45, we had a quick nibble and went back to continue the task of unpacking.
Our dinner mates seem lovely and the conversation was good. No one offended anyone else (at least I don’t think so) and the food was pleasant.
After a long day, we retired to ...
Free spirit in a healthy body, first part of that sentence can be related to this trip, healthy body isn't the priority here, no sport, good food, plenty of food, alcohol and being lazy that is synonym of Australia. Every week past and I ma telling myself: I just do not want to come back home.
This week was just so perfect, on Monday afternoon; my friends and I took the train to Sydney. I stayed with them until Friday: I went to the beach everyday ...
... not have been so incredible.
My reflections of our trip are:
1. the vast knowledge that our guides and drivers relayed to us about India's interesting history that has led to its fascinating cultures and variety of beliefs which intertwine across the country with what appears to be a humbling acceptance of all.
2. although there is much evidence of poverty and/or a low standard of living, the people are happy, hardworking and resilient.
3. despite the ...
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