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Diane and I are doing this blog for our own information and a way for us to remember what we actually did on our trip. If you don't want to receive it let me know or just delete my emails.
Diane and I have spent a lot of time on the computer organising our trip. We have booked all air, car, ferry, train and coach trips for the entire time we are away as well as most accommodation.
Our trip is as follows
We leave Australia and Fly ...
... of Wally whenever he could. Thankyou my darling for working so hard and making this trip the trip of a lifetime.
And finally to everyone who has taken the time to read this blog, thank you so so much. It made it so much more fun sharing it like this and writing has ignited something in me that I hope to continue in some way. And so until my next adventure what more can I say but....Where's Wally??!
PS my visitor count to this blog as of today is 1300...wow!
... short time. There was always a calm sense of feeling and atmosphere around here. The leaves blossom here in Autumn even though it was Winter at the time and the streets are real London-like.
After having coffee I then ventured into the city, got haircut from an Italian gentlemen who always use to cut my hair in Sydney. His full of charm, elegance and is charismatic. Always had a sense of humour to his regard. Ciao bello! I had lunch at Westfied Towers and headed down to ...
Still tired, I reluctantly got up to make the most of the day. Today we were heading to Taronga zoo. We took a free shuttle bus to Sydney Opera house where nearby we caught a ferry across to the zoo. On the way we got some great views of Sydney skyline and was interesting to see the bridge and opera house from another angle. The zoo was huge and we saw a variety of different animals. ...
... the city workers play chess on one of those giant chess boards. After lunch we went to Hyde Park Barracks - another of the UNESCO world heritage sites that Sydney has. It was home to the first wave of convicts settling Sydney and was another intresting site.
In the evening we went to Joanne and Ian's where they cooked us a meal and we stayed for the night. This was our final night with family and it was sad to leave.