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We had some soup and bread roll for lunch as it is still cold in the wind and then walked to Paddy’s Market. This was a treasure trove to explore. Ros found a warm scarf which was
immediately put to work. We intended catching the Free Shuttle to Circular Quay but when we got to George St discovered it wasn’t going today. Plan B – walk a bit further to Central Station and catch the train so off we went only to find the ...
Well, it is now all over and what a wonderful trip it was. There were too many highlights to select just one but my favourite walks would have been the Walk of the Gods on the Amalfi Coast and the Dolomites because of the snowy scenery. However there were many other walks and each one of them had something special to see. My favourite towns/villages were mostly ...
Anyways, I had planned to go out Nick on Friday but decided to wash my hair on Friday but washing my hair turned out to be a disaster!! I decided to have a pamper evening and I read on the Internet that if you mash up banana and put it on your hair, like massage it into your scalp it will nourish it and make your hair super smooth.
Erika had already thought I was mad for trying it ...
... you could barely even see the souvenirs. We spent a little bit of time there before going to the mall next door to look around and then finally heading up George Street towards the Opera House. We stopped in quite a few places to pick up souvenirs for ourselves and friends and family. We also took a quick pit stop in the Queen Victoria Building to watch the clock do a little show on the hour. Our free tour guide told us about it on Monday.
... at 6:30am can be brutal knowing your hotel, complete with bed, won't be ready until 2pm. So, an option is to go for a walk and watch the sun rise over the Sydney Opera House. And that I did, and didn't stop for eight hours.
I've been to Sydney several times, but this was the first time my camera and I played real tourist, and we did it well before the other tourists even considered getting up, so I had the sites to myself. I ...