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Today is our huge travel day. We have had a good nights sleep tho at Rydges at the Sydney International airport. We had dinner last night with Steve, Ivana and Ellie. It was good to see them all. We have checked in.
So after 23 hours on the plane I have finally arrived in Sydney. After getting off the plane, slightly worrying about finding things and having the thought that my bag might not show up, everything went smoothy. So after getting my bag, I head through to the packed arrivals and look for the shuttle bus company. Very nice bus driver, who dropped me …
... does that to me. I want to yell at the top of my lungs, “Jesus wept! Play a slow one!” But it just seems to excite his fans even more.
I drove home listening to Bob Dylan’s “Ballad of a Thin Man” feeling like the one-eyed midget shouting the word “Now” – that’s where I spent the last two hours of today, in the “Now” with Jack and his friends. It was beautiful and exquisite and it was brilliant.
Saturday Ridiculous early start for afl today. The alarm went off at 530am so we could trek to central to get a lift from Stacks. It was raining as well which suits us pommies but there was a distinct chance that the game would be called off as there was a big sign saying 'Oval closed'. Thankfully the groundskeepers weren't being precious so the game was on and we all got changed in a doorway. We were pretty pumped for the game ...
... From there we just wondered around familiarising ourselves with the ship. At 3:15pm, it was time for the lifeboat drill, which took until 4:30pm by the time they had finished getting us in and the talk we had started to move.
A phone call to Mum as we passed under the Harbour Bridge. Off to dinner 5:30pm table number 153 in the Traviata restaurant there was eight other people at our table. The meal ...