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After an early rise to wish Finn a happy 2nd birthday, I boarded the good old Premier Coach to Syney International Airport. Checked in with no problems, got completely done over at security , full body scan, pat down and then gunpowder residue tested. I was sorely tested as you can imagine.
But at least it had been a few day since I had fired that old gun...just kidding...finally met ...
... and the wombat, which were both hiding in their burrows when we arrived. The final animal we looked at was the feather tail glider. This is a teeny tiny version of a flying squirrel. They hop around from branch to branch so quickly it's like they're on speed, and their diet is high in sugar to keep their energy up. Our guide mixed up some of their food and we all got to feed them.
Going on on this tour was such a special experience! ...
... Pie. There are pie places everywhere you go, where they have a selection of small meat pies. They’re just big enough for a nice snack. We ordered a steak and peppercorn pie with a coffee, and sat at a table on the street people watching.
Since we were only a few blocks from the hotel where Graeme and Tracey’s would be staying, we decided to walk over and surprise them when they arrived. We first sat down in the lobby and chatted up the girl ...
... the remaining snags in the freezer were totally defrosted by the morning, yet it was a very cold night in Sydney! That means the fridge was playing up at the beginning of the holiday and again at the very end, but OK in the middle. That's weird too.
Later that week I took the camper to a fridge repairer who diagnosed the problem as ... nothing.
Apparently camper fridges are designed to 'take their cues' from the outside temperature and ...
... has over 300 spoken languages.
Another interesting activity that I did was I took a tour of
The Rocks, which was the birthplace of Australia and is located in Sydney. Fun fact, Australia was built by convicts
which all contributed their skills that helped make the city what it is today. Australians
also originally come from a British culture so some street names are old
British Queens and Kings and some of their lingo is similar to ...