Adina Apartment Hotel Coogee
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Got to sleep in this morning while Andy went to his very last class of the semester. After waking up and getting ready, I walked to the bus station to catch a bus. I met Andy at Coogee Beach. We were going "lawn bowling" with Andy's Sports Law class.
In the US retired men play golf to pass the time, and here they lawn bowl. It is very similar to botchy ball, except the balls are different. In botchy ball the balls are symmetrical so they have the capability ...
... junction, the baseball ground... and loads and loads of people just like me wandering about, soaking the last few hours of the weekend, before another hectic week kicks in..
Not being summer, I could see the beach sands in plenty, instead of the sun bathers... the blue skies, the crystal clear seas, and the surfers trying to ride the best wave ever, is routine here.
I could hear the surfers cursing, when tossed by a rogue wave, but before even ...
... a "steady" job and base wage coming in weekly.
2. Sydney is REALLY REALLY expensive, like way more expensive than living in NYC... I pay more in rent, food is more, public transit is more, EVERYTHING is more.
3. I didn't come to Australia to spend all my money on boring things like rent and to sell funeral insurance.
4. I do have some friends here now and am starting to make some what of a ...
... it?" "Okay, great. I'm going to go ahead and get the baked potato." "Thanks." Take it, or leave it, it was funny when it happened. We hope you were able to picture this.
The end of our Sydney trip had come though, and Mom and Squish were heading off to Townsville to teach their course. We had a week on our own before we met up for some more shena****ns in Melbourne. Melbourne round 2 as some may call it.
Until next time,
Fed & Skutes.
... called Icecubes.
Next stop was Bronte Beach, a pretty little bay, quieter than Bondi, which I guess is used by the Sydneysiders who live around there. Further along we passed Covelly and Gordons Bay stopping at Coogee and the headland Dolphin Point, named in memory of the six Coogee Dolphin Amateur Rugby League members killed in the Bali bombing on 12th October 2002. Our last walk in the sun today ...