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... boats , from jet rides to mini cruises on the bay. At night we were picked up by Zip and Peter who invited us to dinner in a private club. Zipi is my 2cousin whom I haven't seen in over 40 years. We had a very pleasant evening, catching up with family and life stories.
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... with our good friends at Austral again while our son and his family prepare to move out of our house and into their new home some time in February.
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... and the biggest in the world is in Sydney. We tried it out on Tuesday. The seating is like the black run you daren't try in the Alps and you can just about get the corners of the screen in your periphery. Impressive, but even the biggest screen in the world couldn't make the Hobbit 3 a good adaptation. We explored Darling Harbour, the former industrial site is now a mix of tourist boardwalk, trendy wine bars and expensive moorings. It has its own free firework display every ...