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We have arrived! After a thankfully not-so-adventurous wrong-side drive from the airport, we heard many 'wows' from the kids as we settled into our home base in Sydney overlooking the harbor and the Sydney harbor Bridge. After a short rest and some Pizza Hut pizza (that was a little adventure), we embarked on a ferry and walking tour of the harbor …
... a while for most of us to find our feet again...and for others not so much haha. Everyone had a really good time having a few drinks and laughing at people's bowling techniques. After the 4th game we called it a night since we had to be up early for our Hunter Valley Wine Tour the next day.
We were up early on Saturday to get picked up in Hornsby at 8.00am to set off to the Hunter Valley.The coach was full with wine enthusiasts and luckily we weren't ...
... the formalities, we went to another bar and listened to a live band called Zig Zag who dressed like the Blues Brothers, and played some good rock and roll music. We tried to dance a bit, but the roll of the ship meant we rolled instead of rocked, so we sat down and watched some of the other dancers. By this time, it was nearly 12.30am so we decided to call it a day/night and head to bed, remembering this time to forward the watches, making it 1.30am. A late night for ...
... But finally I did arrive at "The Rocks" the historical part of Sydeny with small upper class houses (10 million dollar apartements) and nice little cafés near the skyscrapers, where you think you can feel the spirit of former times and see kings and queens walking around in your mind's eye..But actually you couldn't be more false..Not so long ago (because when we're talking about "history" here, we mean that ...
... in Bhutan, so she called it an early night.
It was St. Patrick's day, and we were ready to go out, so we went to the Rocks, an area just west of the harbor to see some live music and toss back a few. An Irish band played all the classics at the Orient Hotel and then a sort of American style country rock band played some great music afterwards. That was a great day.
Most of the venues with bands here are called Hotels. ...