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Well after saying goodbye to Borneo and an amazing two weeks with fabulous people a day of flights and airports followed. 10hrs in Singapore airport dragged somewhat despite the great wifi enabling me to sort and then upload my Borneo photos on Facebook. A welcome airport escape came as part of the free city tour you can go on if your transfer is over 6 hours. I didn't see too much more than I'd already seen but got a closer look at the Merlion and the super trees lit up at ...
... font-size: 17px; line-height: normal; -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto;">Our Sydney adventure concluded at Cafe Sydney atop the old customs house building. We met our Aussie friends, James and Salli, from Lizard Island for dinner. James was able to secure the best table in the house, with incredible views of the bridge and the opera house. Cafe Sydney is the trendiest, hottest restaurant in town so it was quite a coup to experience it. We had ...
... we were not so impressed!
Heading back into the city we put our tourist hats back on and walked
around the art gallery and a couple of museums such as the Mint, and the
Back to China town for some authentic Chinese food and Jasmine tea for
dinner tonight, which for me was surprisingly delicious!! Will definitely
... to the next including strange details and recurring jokes nobody laughed at. He wasn't all bad of course. We learnt a few bits about various buildings and a couple of stories about Sydney that we wouldn't have known otherwise. After we surreptitiously slipped off we decided it was about time we bought a boomerang, so we set about hunting down a souvenir shop, which is surprisingly hard to find in Sydney. In fact, so much so ...
Over the last week I had the 'joy' of hammering one of the last few nails in the coffin that is my present life and by that I mean organising the garage sale to sell the last few precious items from my current existence.
The stuff in my life had a number of values that I was aware of only in part. The act of seeing people walk away with my treasured belongings for lower than low prices was disappointing at first. I was prepared for ...