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G'day mates! :)
Ganz liebe Grüße aus Sydney! Ich bin jetz seit Donnerstag hier, da sind wir aber erst Nachts um halb 12 angekommen, also is das heute jetz erst mein zweiter richtiger Tag erst in Australien :)
Donnerstag Abend um 20.43Uhr (nach australischer Zeit) sind wir in Sydney gelandet, ist soweit alles gut gegangen dann mit Gepäck …
It was a very early morning due to Daylight savings finishing - everyone was awake by 5am! So we had plenty of time to get ready, eat the last of the hot cross buns and search the house for the few things we forgot to pack last night. Then a taxi to the airport and time to join the queues! While waiting in the Bag-drop queue I stressed with one of the bag padlocks that wouldn't work until the second before we made it to the counter, and Mark helped Rebel Wilson pick up her luggage ...
... clue which was supposed to be painted on the wall. Bottom line, I had fun. Even if they had implemented the room better, I still don't think I could have solved all the puzzles and gotten out)
Off to the Blue Mountains for some hiking and hopefully to finally see a live Kangaroo.
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...Bill and Dessa
... on his phone showed how he’d had a close encounter with a gigantic spider which was nestled in the corner of the wall. Yikes! Needless to say, Nic and I decided to wait until we reached Scenic World to go to the toilet…
After arriving at Scenic World and collecting our wristbands, we packed into the train set on the world’s steepest railway. The doors open like the ones on the Delorean in Back to the Future and the drop ...
... after about 3 hours I could have called it a wrap. Negative Nancy here learned her lesson, no more raves for me.
We made several trips to Bondi Beach, and absolutely had to do the Bondi to Coogee walk we were told. I was blown away by every turn we took for the 2 and a half hours, seeing different angles and panoramas of all the various landscapes. It's a leisure stroll but a spectacular one at that. Packing a few sandwiches and snacks proved to be a ...