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Thanks to Alex and Kat for their stellar entries for the previous 2 days. We're back in civilisation now in Tom Reid's living room in Sydney; but the day didn't begin so comfortably. We were required to get up at a ridiculous time again this morning: 5:30am so we could watch the sunrise at Ayers Rock. Thank God my quest to find more beers the previous night was ...
... been familiar to me because we did it In 1982, but since that time the trail has been much improved and the walk is very nice. While at the bay itself, I could picture Lisa, then age 15, and 12 year old Eric as they played in the surf. We celebrated with an after walk coffee and snack at the Fat Goose Bakery and restaurant and then began our plans for dinner at the Yum Yum Tree. I will let the pictures tell the story of this ...
... where we got caught in some unbelievably bad rain. We trudged back to the hostel soaked to the skin. I can honestly say the idea of bringing an umbrella never crossed my mind. In any case it’s getting very late and we have an early start tomorrow. For tomorrow we begin the next step of our journey. We’re setting off to a yoga retreat in the middle of the jungle where we’re going to work for a week. I must say I’m looking forward to getting out of the ...
... might not have been much of a loss.
Shortly afterwards we visited a small zoo where we could see and encounter most of the unique wildlife of Australia. We saw and heard a wide range of birds including the Kookaburra bird, animals such as wallabies, Tasmanian devils, wombats and especially Koala Bears.
After an hour we reached what was supposed to be the Blue Mountains however then, they were at best Grey ...