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Woke up a bit early as I wanted to try to get a timelapse set of pictures of the sunrise. Bit of a waste of time however as clouds kinda ruined the sunrise. Either way I was up and packed and went to get some breakfast. Sat on the house's main deck and munched away and sipped another great cappichino. So today I am off to the capital ....Canberra...not Sydney as some may think. It seems the ride is not to be too awe inspiring today. Either way its all new turn ...
... be closed in 2 hours so I double back and drove. I was even more grateful when a 5 minute storm hit which would have drenched me on the way. Plenty of sudden quick storms due to the hot weather – up to 33 degrees today and it’s Autumn. Anyway for fellow old ***** out there reading this the house was like going back in time. It had cost a fortune when originally built in 1927 4,500 Australian pounds when the average house ...
... us headed out on the Orientation Trip to Sydney!
It was an early morning getting up to get going, but we got to Sydney at 10am, giving us plenty of time to see the Harbor and all it has to offer. We started out at the Sydney Tower Eye, which gave us some amazing views of the city and harbor.
After that we headed to the Harbor to get a look at the Opera House, the Rocks and the Bridge. It was amazing seeing ...
... Belize. then onto caye caulker to dive blue hole and then back to the mainland to hit the jungles and peaks of Guatamala and see tikal. After that i bid farewell to my little travel buddy and head to Honduras for 2 weeks of diving on the Bay islands. Total trip about 6 weeks.
Its been a little while since i went on a trip and a while longer since i had a travel buddy. lets read on :)
Next stop mexico city
... in; the National Gallery! Yay, art. There were some nice pieces. And some pieces I couldn't comprehend how they gained their acceptance, or PURCHASE for that matter, into the museum. But I guess it's all matter of opinion. I was also scolded for attempting to drink my water in the entrance hall, no where near any 'art'. Shame on me for trying to hydrate myself in a country of temperatures above 30 degrees. A pleasant stroll around Lake Burley, which dominates ...