Plum Serviced Apartments Collins Street
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... I got through check in and onto security then emigration. I was randomly selected for an explosives test, passed. Then went through the most officious security ever. Then had to fill out a card to leave. I was stood behind a group of Aussies waiting for the only pen in the terminal and they were cursing having to fill out so much **** just to leave. I finally got the sacred pen and passed emigration, where I headed over to a very quiet gate. On ...
... and maple syrup is delicious and company is hilariously delightful.
The remainder of the day is spent walking through that area, downtown and back around 21st Street near the hotel. Bit of photo snapping, bit of shopping, bit of sipping REAL unadulterated coffee. The highlight is snaring a pair of NYDJ jeans at Nordstrum Rack. They are worth around AU$200 at home but cost me A$39.95 - about AU$55!
Then begins the ...
... and I was really starting to love it. I was in contact with my Dad everyday while I was away, telling him my adventures while hearing his proudness through the Facebook messages, sending stupid memes that only we found hilarious and sometimes just a love heart emoticon to show we were missing each other...the last thing he wanted was me to return to be with him, but as the messages through Facebook became less and less frequent and soon eventuating to no messages being sent ...
... don't think we'll be missed. To avoid retracing our steps up and over the mountains to the coast, we took the highway north towards Sydney through Goulburn; it was a chance to see new scenery which was nice under the early morning sun. The sun soon made its way behind a blanket of cloud overhead though which didn't bode well, but we continued on our journey. To get back to the coast we turned of the highway and conveniently moved on to a "tourist drive"; these are roads all over the ...
... to wait '3-5 days' before we'd have it in the post. They quoted '3-5 days' for basically everything; efficiency was not very high on their list of priorities.
We hired a car and went and found Edd a fabulous red Ford Falcon, at a steal, at the Ford dealership. We were going to the bank the next day, so were going to get a bank approved cheque while we were there.
I made fajitas for dinner while Edd looked up car ...