Eastwood Serviced Apartments
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About 6:50 a voice boomed over our room loudspeaker with instructions. Well MDW and I initially thought it was the alarm with MDW trying to turn it off worrying the people next door would not be happy. Eventually we worked out the source and shoved a pillow against the speaker to deaden the noise. Then off to our last sit down breakfast. Luckily it was our last and time to get off the ship as the food was starting to run out. ...
Checked out of the hostel and got to the airport in good time. For some bizarre reason that wasn't explained, we had to go via Christchurch to refuel the aircraft due to the weather in Queenstown (which was a little cloudy). Anyway, the flight was two hours late into Sydney as a result. Arrived and took a taxi to Elaine's as there were Saturday engineering works on the rail lines. Good to catch up! She made dinner and we took the train into town to see the Mardi ...
... The bride was just beautiful!!
So many people were jogging. I got the overwhelming urge to run, but didn’t act on it.
Sidney is really a beautiful city. The ship has to reposition tonight and dock at the White Harbor dock. I think that is necessary because we have to go through Australian immigration and customs as soon as we leave the ship. I am looking forward to seeing the Opera House all lighted at night.
... moves. The other evening I watched a pick-up soccer game in the park played by guys who I swear were more skilled than the U.S. Olympic team (I know, what do I know, but they really did look good). I don't know how boxing figures in Sydney or Australia culture, but at the normally empty gym that Jonathan and I use there are typically 50 or so people, ranging in age from 5 to 50, taking a boxing class at 6 AM. Maybe I'll try it once I recover from ...
... calm and patient (at least on the Gold Coast). We saw someone take a parking place (accidentally, I think) for which someone was waiting. They did give a honk, but it was just a little 'toot' -- and they drove away. No yelling.
9) No taxes and really no tipping. It is almost hard to get used to the idea that you pay what you see. The prices in restaurants seem high -- but our total ...