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... a cappuccino with soy milk and a carrot cake. The last one I always wanted to try but I was affraid it would taste like ... carrot. But it didn't! I took place outside and the cake was AMAZING!!!! The lady of the bakery called : "Soy cappuccino for Nathalie? "
Have a lovely coffee and day Nathalie!
I did and I already had. I couldn't and my day better like this. The sun was going down. I only could think.
Sydney, I love you !
Today we took the train to the rocks and had a tour of the area. It was a bit boring but the sights were beautiful and there was so much to see! We had lunch at a cute cafe and got a wonderful tour of the Sydney opera house. After the tour we went to watch vivid which is a light show on the opera house. It was absolutely ...
... was at 11 so we thought **** it, a swim in the rooftop pool was needed. When we got up there we found we were alone with the whole of Sydney all around us. We felt like big time drug dealers and couldn’t help but get caught up in the novelty of it. All that was missing were some hookers from whose backs we could snort huge lines of coke off. It was hard not to laugh as we swam and smoked our way to happy oblivion. Although let me assure you, that feeling of power is one ...
... we made it to Chris' house. As we arrived we were both extremely happy with where we would be staying for the next couple of days.... The first time not being in a hostel! Unpacking and spreading things all over our room just because we could we went downstairs to enjoy some chicken and chips with the family. Dinner flew by as we spent the whole time chatting and getting to know one another. From a busy day of travelling and wondering round Sydney we showers off an called it a day. ...
On Saturday, we took the train to Milsons Point, which is the stop over the Sydney Harbor Bridge, built in 1932. We then walked back across the bridge, stopped to shop at a Farmers Market at The Rocks and took a tour of the Government House, a late 19th century structure which houses the administration and living quarters of the New South Wales (the state in which Sydney is located) governor.
In particular, I enjoyed The Rocks, an ...
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