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... return to Sydney I prayed for better weather to be able to see the sites. After several recommendations I took a bus to Coogee and then did the cliff top walk along to Bondi. It was beautiful- the cliffs, beaches and Sea- just look at the photos!
The botanical gardens in Sydney were a great place of serenity and I enjoyed having a wonder through to the end point which offers a great ...
... all the celebrations. It was a really great day out and the weather held of too which made it better. The day after the parade we had to attend our RSA (responsible service of alcohol) course. I know what you're thinking, me, responsible, alcohol, does not sound right! Lucky for us it didn't start till the late afternoon. The course is required for those who wanted to work in any industry where it sells alcohol. As we were job hunting, we believed it would be a ...
... to the contemporary art museum before heading home, the longest way possible through the botanical gardens and Hyde park. Quick shower and a hello home I wandered out after sunset to a little open burger and hot dog shop. Really nice to just sit by an open window and have dinner observing whilst everything else flew by. In need of some rest. See pictures for a guided tour of the day! ...
... for an onboard commemoration service that night, prior to Anzac Day, 25th April (Alex's birthday).
It seemed a good day just to people watch and we spent a couple of hours, whilst chomping on the odd ice cream, sitting near the cruise ship trying to guess whether the passengers were first, second or below the water line, which was great fun!
Another early start tomorrow for our flight to Uluru.
... around Europe with me? There never is the “perfect” time. We create our own opportunities. We either thrive or survive. At that point I felt like I was just surviving. So just after my 23rd birthday in late October I decided to embark on a 3 month Europe trip, who ever wanted to come could come – all I knew was I didn’t want to wait any longer I wanted to see the world and I wanted to see it now. I booked and paid for my trip in ...