Cockatoo Island Camping
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... buckwheat pancake, greek yogurt, an exotic fruit platter, a selection of breads, great long blacks and cooked stuff if you have room for it. Eaten garden side at the back of the house, it is a wonderful and healthy start to the day.
*We are heading to Kirribilli Market this morning. It takes place on alternate Sundays (check!) and you can find it under the arches of the North side of Harbour Bridge. A good place to ...
We spent Saturday afternoon hanging out at the van park at Toowoon Bay. We swam in the pool and the kids made instant friends on the jumping pillow.
We got up early on Sunday morning, left the caravan and headed to Sydney to catch up with Keiran's mum and Aunty Anne for breakfast. They had just returned from a 7 day country music cruise. We met them at The Rocks ...
My first day in Sydney had to start unfortunately with the boring, but necessary tasks of washing and food shopping, and joyously food is much cheaper here than it was in New Zealand, so I was able to purchase fruit, veg and meat! Hurrah!
Boring stuff done, I popped 5 minutes away from my hostel to a fantastic weekend market, I accidentally ended up buying quite a few Christmas presents.
I popped back to the ...
... to see some surfers but it was too dangerous apparently. We walked back from Bondi to Surrey Hills via the Sydney Cricket Ground as Dave was keen to see it. That evening we went for drinks in an Irish pub with Dave's friend he met in Bali a few years earlier, before going to bed exhausted. I think in total we walked around 10 miles. We are due to pick up our campervan tomorrow to begin our drive up the east coast and we really don't know what ...
... to have such inspiring friends, and this holiday just proves that YOU CAN NEVER SPLIT UP THE CLOMAXS! We cannot wait to see you in December (121 days and counting!) and we love you so so so so so much.
Anyway, back to business!!
We arrived in Hong Kong at 5 30pm with sweltering temperatures of 35 degrees, and 80% humidity.
After checking in to the hotel, we headed out to the 'avenue of stars' overlooking the harbour, with pretty insane views of all the huge light ...