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... and then decided we had better get going for our train trip home.
Encountered a sprinkle of rain whilst walking to the train and came across the most amazing light show yet. Watched for a little while, but plan to revisit this spot again on Monday night, hopefully in fine weather.
After a little help from locals, we got back to Wynyard, boarded a packed train and arrived back in Lane Cove at 10.30 p.m
... Sausage Tree, it is from Africa. Other specimens included a pine tree that was thought to be extinct, a specimen of a plant that has been around for over 160 million years and not to be out done but the largest lily I have ever seen. Great views of the Opera House and Bridge to had from the Gardens. You can actually pick out the folks brave enough to fork out the $220+ to walk across the top arch of the bridge, more ...
... tour - dinner reservation at Hell's Backbone Grill (Boulder, UT) - helicopter tour from Las Vegas to Grand Canyon - tickets to Ka, Cirque du Soleil - helicopter tour over the volcanoes from Hilo - Starlight Luau at Hilton Hawaiian Village Still to book: - Tour of Kennedy Space Centre - Kayak tour in Hawaii Still to plan: - hikes in Utah - days on Big Island - days on Oahu ...
... dead...with or without the battery. So off to the camera repair shop an 8 block walk. Confirmed, pretty dead, not a battery problem, might have parts in, or might not.
Fortunately Ted's Cameras was 2 blocks away and I am now the owner of a new Canon SX 60 which has a greater zoom and a lower range of ISO settings than the SX 50 which gave up the ghost. I hadn't planned on an upgrade quite ...
... I'll be okay. It takes most of my reserve but I make it (without lying on the sand or crying, as all my instincts are telling me to do). Rounding the top, I follow the sloping track back down, my legs speeding up in a way that feels deceptively easy. It's only once I'm at the bottom, confronted by a vertical wall of sand as fine as powder, that I realise that the worst is yet to come. And here is the second thing I've learned - whether you're climbing cliffs in tennis shoes ...