Medina Serviced Apartments Double Bay
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... us in the right direction.
On reaching High Street Kensington we hopped off the bus and walked in the wrong direction initially but as soon as I reached the next street I knew we were wrong so took out the map. Another kind Londoner asked us if we were lost to which he had a yes chorus. He looked at our ...
... See photos for evidence :)
So tomorrow I head back to the States for a few more weeks of domestic travel before finally making my way back to Michigan. I probably won't blog after this, I think doing it while I've been abroad is enough! I'm definitely looking forward to seeing some familiar faces!! But I've been doing a lot of reflecting on this trip recently, which has been really good.
The phrase "you leave a piece of ...
... again because his texts were so, blunt, but I think it is just because of the language. He isn’t fluent in English and so probably isn’t very confident in writing out a text. And maybe he doesn’t fully understand what I've said, especially if I've made a joke or am being sarcastic.
But, luckily he is just as I remember. Very friendly, interesting and open minded. And his housemates (all Chinese) are awesome too. There’s Jax, who is in the ...
The journey back down to Sydney from Byron Bay was pretty wet and miserable. On the last night camping in Byron's, it just didn't stop raining all night and in the morning we had to do the dreaded tent pack down in the pouring rain - I've never pulled a tent out of the ground so quickly before! As we headed south trying to outrun the cyclone, it didn't stop raining the whole way, even after an over night stop in Bellingen, we woke up ...
... the road at 9.45am being all ship shape for the weekend to start driving onwards to next on agenda, lunch at Port Stephens (our intended stay, just too far to make yesterday). Refuelling before taking off and hurtling along the highway passing over Wang wauk river, Forster-tuncurry, Curreeki creek, coolongolook river all the while raining to clear the clouds before our next stop. At Boolombayte creek the brightening sky tried to show itself and again at Bulahdelah at which point ...