Addison's on Anzac
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... up fresh. Erin has the laksa and I have the stir fry..we need food courts like this back home. We have a great lunch, fresh and full of flavor and very hot (temperature). We head home on the train to catch a bit of a lie down and to pack since we'll be busy tomorrow. Well preliminarily it looks like we can still close our bags...yea! We head over to Chris's for dinner, we stop for a bottle of wine and a salad..Chris is BBQing sausages. ...
... soon. And we finally figured out our spring break plans. I am headed to Singapore, Vietnam and Thailand. So on Easter, I hope you'll all be thinking about me in the middle of my trip! I am also hearing people are a little confused about my education here. I am only taking 3 classes that is 12.6 credits. I am ahead beforehand and gonna take a crazy full course load next semester because I want to enjoy my time here as much as possible. However, I am in a Ancient ...
A mere two hour train journey will take you out of the city, past the suburbs and up into the mountainous countryside of New South Wales. The Blue Mountains are a popular tourist spot, so called because of the blue haze which broods over its peaks. The temperature falls quite drastically out there so make sure that you layer up or you will feel rather chilly. After the intense temperatures ...
... be, will be.
But for now.
Its my time.
My restless spirit and nomadic heart will not stop.
Travel definitely makes you richer, I've never felt so strongly about anything else.
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... should take us some 10 hours, ignoring the rumours that this bus sometimes gets hijacked. It must be a marvellous ride, although we will not get to see the Cristo Redentor de Los Andes statue on the La Cumbre pass at 3.800 meters. The bus will take the highway through the Cristo Redentor tunnel. We call Dick. He manages to book the same flight I will take from Amsterdam to Santiago. Maarten will arrive two days before us, Les will be one day ahead and we will all be in Valparaiso ...