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... at a gay bar. It's a hotel lobby converted into a "club" (notice the quotation marks there). The bar is not stocked and your feet stick to the carpet (get your minds out of the gutter) and the latest music consists of 90's bands Steps, S Club 7 and the Spice girls. The gays here are not pretty, not pretty at all!!! We escaped here and headed home for a few hours sleep before our hangover flight tomorrow morning to Ayers Rock! Goodnight all ...
... of what I discovered in Singapore. Sitting in front of the city, gracefully lit up as to welcome us, is the Opera House. The true Sydney Opera House reveals itself by night, not by day!
After catching a bus to watch "Dawn of The Planet of The Apes" in Castle Hill, we hitch a ride home, where we take a couple minutes to plan our next day (a hike in the Blue Mountains) before hitting the sack, ...
... hour on the way back to the hostel and the trains and stations were super busy.
We made it back to the hostel and made leftover tacos for dinner. We are now just chilling in the common room with some of the people from our hostel. Planning on doing some souvenir shopping tomorrow at Paddy's markets. We will have to pack our backpacks tomorrow evening since tomorrow is our last day.
With the excitement that looms before us, it comes as little surprise that we slept only a few hours. Nevertheless with 23 hours sky time ahead of us, I am sure we will have plenty of opportunity to catch up on much needed sleep. We arrived safely to Sydney and made the short bus trip from the domestic terminal to the international terminal at the Kingsford-Smith Airport. While we arrived safely, we embarked on every flyers worst nightmare... missing our flight. We had arrived at ...
Its timely to remember that the decision to build Detention facilities was taken by the Australian Government with little or no consultation with the local community. Over time the initial Army tent facilities that made up the first camp developed into what is now there: four separate camps the largest being the one at North West Point but according to plans designed, I am told, by the architect of the high security detention centre at Guantanamo Bay. It works ...