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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 …
... downtown Sydney).
Cathy and I knew we wouldn't be able to check into our apartment until later in the afternoon, so we wandered around Circular Quay and The Rocks (two very famous areas of Sydney that are right on the water in the harbour) for a while. A quick stop at the Information Centre scored us; Opal cards (used to access all of Sydney's public transport - buses, trains, ...
... for a day bushwalking totally under prepared in the range and got lost, he was the longest lost person in the range that has survived 13 days he spent out there with no water or food - unsure sly Brad informs us he was English... During our walk the terrain varies from steps, to boulders to sheer cliff face drop on one side. But every stop was a phot opportunity not to be missed. We hiked through and down too Wentworth Falls, down 300 seeps at a 60 degree angle, ...
... Lake District; the only place on the whole trip we didn't have the most amazing weather, and even then it didn't really stop us from getting out and about. Granted it was unseasonably cold and if I went back I would definitely stay in the national park and be sure to have a room with a view. We would also stay somewhere that had central heating 24/7!
Highlight: discovering the Roman fort at Maryport with all that history and David dressing up as a centurion.
... enough to never presume you want instant when you ask for coffee, and also chilly enough to actually want something warm to drink. Then we commenced our marathon of errands. We knew that becoming Australian would be difficult, but it was still a rough few days. We had to start a bank account (requires a local phone number), buy phones (requires a local address), get our Responsible Service of Alcohol certification (requires a local bank account), not to mention stock up on ...