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The second largest New Years Eve party in the world with the largest fireworks display known to the world...twice, officially topped the list of the most fabulous New Years ever.
Sydney is a nice city, very wide open streets and pretty smart but also quite like most other cities in the world! It seems to me that the road sign style and the …
... Harbour. We ended up finding some good places we want to try to go to for dinner and drinks. Then we headed off to Starbucks and Hard Rock Cafe gift shop. When we finished there we walked around the Harbour some more and ended up back at the hotel to relax a little and get ready to head back out for dinner and drinks! It has been a fun day, but tomorrow is sure to be the best day so far. Don't forget to check in to see what we get up ...
... rain was ******* down. We did get a good laugh hearing about the story of the local radio DJ’S who pretended to be Canadian Ambassadors and tried to sneak into a Pacific Leaders Summit and nearly got shot because one of them stepped out dressed as Bin Laden. (google it if you have the time)
At the end of the week we headed off with Mike for a weekend at the world famous Bawley point. ...
... a boy rocks back and forth, in the living room a woman lights up a smoke, the baby's room has an eerie rocking chair projection with sounds of booming footsteps running up an invisible staircase. But the bathroom was the winner - steamed up shower with hand streaks. I loved. LOVED.
These installations fed off the old, disturbing energy of the place and provided a serious creep factor. I was desperate to return at night. Alas, ...
... wait your turn to cross. Jaywalking is an option if you're in that much of a hurry.
Besides the uncontrollable child incident, the Aboriginal Exhibit was one of my favorites. There were various exhibits covering rocks and minerals, survival in Australia - Skeletons!, marine life, extinct and endangered animals, the mineral and gem rushes since the 1840s, and even a Mummy. I took many notes of aspects I want to ...
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