One Darling Harbour
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A day in Sydney was planned today so we had all the information to hand on how to get there. I downloaded the maps and routes in September, well in advance of our trip. The route was quite simple really, cross the road from the hotel and catch a train at Rose Hill station down to Circular quay....simples...only it wasn't. I've mentioned before …
... more than the night before, once I get home and get my life together I think I'll start playing again. Can't imagine what I'd do with all my competitive energy otherwise. After the game we headed back to Hannah's and myself Han and one of the girls Jess went to get food from a takeaway chicken shop. And the day went further downhill for myself. We drove back to the house and Hannah realised she had left her wallet at the place we had been to pick up food. It had closed at 7 ...
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Before we left for Australia, I had attempted to read the Fatal Shore by Robert Hughes, an epic history of Australia that evolved out of Britain's overcrowded jails and the brutal system of Transportation of criminals that ensued. It is a substantial tome that I borrowed from the library rather than purchase it for my e-reader, which in retrospect I wish I had done as I was unable to finish it before we left. In any event, what I did read was a ...
... waterfront, where Homer and Dave kept us amused again with magic tricks and jokes. After dinner went to the Marque Theatre for a show....This is where I fell over for the first time. It was dark in there, and I didn't see the step....I went down...straight down, didn't pass go, didn't collect $200! Luckily I wasn't hurt... Just embarrassed :) We then returned to Connexions for more karaoke...this is quickly becoming our favourite way to spend the ...