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... was the fact that I made numerous new friends of similar make up and was able to rekindle many lost friendships from the past that made this journey so pleasurable.
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... great to see him and a meaningful gesture on his part. After final farewells we moved through the departure gates with passports and exit row boarding passes in hand - a last minute change of field giving us leg room for the next 22 hours of flying, Sweet! As we approached Immigration and Boarder security a polite official told us we'd have to either consume or empty our bottles of water. ...
... in the tepid waters at 4.30pm in the afternoon.
We finished the day watching the sunset over the Marina from our room on the 23rd floor, checked out the Friday fireworks on the beach and had dinner at the rooftop Italian Restaurant, Sarentos.
Tomorrow we board the Pride of America to cruise the Hawaiian Islands for the next seven days.
... out with. I literally have no idea how either. Wah. On Saturday for the girls' birthday Soph and I went to Dreamworld, which is Australia's biggest theme park. So much fun!! The weather was pretty rubbish but that was ok because it meant the park was pretty quiet. In the eve we all went for a drink at the bar in the hostel then because Jana wasn't feeling very well, only Soph and I carried on out. There's an Irish bar which does $10 steak meals so we went there ...
... put them to good use, mainly so I never find myself in an unhappy rut.
For those who know me, I think you may be just as shocked as I am that I sacrificed 4 days of studying before finals to take a trip somewhere. I have to say, I am so proud of myself and also extremely happy with my decision. I don't know when I'll come back to Cairns, and under what circumstances, and I'm incredibly lucky (and grateful) that I had the opportunity to do all these things as a 21 year old.