Addison's on Anzac
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... Poppy then mentioned the pub we had just been in had a garden. Carrying on and making our way to the harbour front of the rocks, then wind really whipped up. Poppy's dress kept giving her the Marilyn Monroe move, being it got really windy we turned back and a lot of the places where booked tickets only. We instead took some pictures of the opera house from the Rocks side. Time ticking on and the race getting closer we meandered back towards the ...
... at Darling Harbour, Dad took me on board a Navy War Ship and into a Navy Submarine. It was really cool. I got to see how the ship and sub work and where the sailors sleep and eat. In the submarine we had to climb down the stairs backwards. The beds were really small on the sub and the toilets were tiny! Where the Captain sleeps on the sub was the biggest room.
The jet boat ride was awesome. We went around in circles and sped really fast across the water. I love it!!! - By Josh
... ended up getting the 607X bus at 12:15 which got us into Sydney at 1:15…so we were going to be late for Rog.
We managed to get down to the wharf where were meeting him at 1:25pm where he was waiting.
We then made our way to the LowenbraŁ German beer cellar place which was lovely. Karly had Wienerschnitzel and I had sausages and Rog and I had some good german beer to celebrate their win!
It was a lovely ...
7th June - One very excited little man knocking on our bedroom door this morning, "Brenton, go back to bed it's too early"....
Anyway...after brekky, Danial, Amelya, Brenton, Poppy and Nanny Jo (that's me) head off in the car to take the two littlies to gymnastics. Lots of smiles watching them, little Amelya was so cute doing star jumps on the trampoline and balancing as she walked across the ...
... markets and the streets and stalls surrounding the area. It's not as if they don't understand the whole "market" concept per se, it seems to be the way they handle everything from fruit and veges to chickens and soup. Could it be the retail system of actually selling stuff to westerners they seem to have trouble with? Having walked through a two or three very busy markets and not ever being approached to buy a thing is, to ...