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... steak was lovely plump and gristle free. Me & pop enjoyed a schooner of rekordalig, whilst Andy had his first iced carton of Carlton cold. Feeling more refreshed, we came out & walked passed Joe's barbers and as we had already joked about his big hair this morning, we encouraged him to go in for a tidy up. It wasn't busy so it was not long before he was in the chair and being snipped at by a French girl. Looking much better with a less electrified look, so could ...
... that has helped me gain perspective on the world and made me appreciate home. I'm not sure when I'll be back, but I know it'll seem like a better place when I get there. All of this is, at best, the tip of the ice berg. After all, it's only been a week since I left... But it's been one hell of a week - mentally stimulating to say the least, and that's exactly why I'm here. I can only hope the rest of my journey evokes this much thought ...
... to the sea to do laps also! (Hey who said our holiday would be this tough!!) Breakfast was eaten watching the waved rolling in before we moved on. Next stop Sydney fish market! Where we strolled around sampling oysters and local raw fish delicacies (surprisingly cheap round here and bloody tasty). We attempted to eat outside but as we approached the seating area we arrived in the middle of the Alfred Hitchcock movie 'The Birds' ...
We had some soup and bread roll for lunch as it is still cold in the wind and then walked to Paddy’s Market. This was a treasure trove to explore. Ros found a warm scarf which was
immediately put to work. We intended catching the Free Shuttle to Circular Quay but when we got to George St discovered it wasn’t going today. Plan B – walk a bit further to Central Station and catch the train so off we went only to find the ...
... popular beaches in the region.
We arrive at Coogee, and the weather is definitely colder on the coast. We still spot some crazy Aussie-surfers in the water. Coogee is a beautiful area, the road and the beach being separated by a strip of grass and trees; a very nice touch, especially for those who want to enjoy the view of the ocean without stepping in the sand. We start our walk, heading up ...