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... in Sydney 25 minutes early. But it is now Sunday.
We used the new e-passport immigration check, our luggage was on the carousel in the first five minutes, we went through the "something to declare" lane and the seashell leis were fine, and we were out the door in no time at all, to be picked up by Shannon and Chari. What a wonderful, painless re-entry to Australia. ...
... traffic and make your personal safety, especially in a new place, your highest priority). Try it with a group of friends.
From our day we learned that fountains are important and that people love fountains. Every fountain we visited was busy with people. There were children playing or splashing, wedding photos being taken, people sitting on the fountains and looking away ...
... problems that might affect the grapes. We bought a case of wine there and shipped it home since we’re restricted to 2 liters duty free to carry with us.The next stop – lunch at ...
... they have all three of the protesting girls in handcuffs. The profanities increase, but to no avail, they are carted off in the “black maria” to who knows where.
How anticlimactic it is now to pick a Chinese restaurant for dinner. Miryam clutches her purchases close to her, looking out for tall, blond female assailants.
Another exiting day!
... good night out and don't want to go to the typical student/backpackers bar then head out in Surrey Hills. It's the hipstar area of Sydney and is quite expensive but there are some awesome bars there which do the best cocktails in the city!
Sydney is famous for it's beaches, the most famous of all been Bondi. The first time a went to Bondi I walked there for Coogee Beach. The walk takes you over the cliffs and follows the coast ...