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... train ride into the city, and a few helpful pointers by some of the locals, we arrived at our home for the next 4 days. Our flight had an in flight tracker that I took pictures of when I was awoken by the occasional close-quartered neighbor, baby screaming, or old woman laughing to a re-run of her favorite show. You can see some of the islands we flew over and how the sun eventually chases us down by the time we got here.
... spread my wings.
My flight leaves in less than 2 hours. I'm pleased that I slept really well, grateful to Jack for picking me up at 4:45am to take me to the station, and was stoked my friend Troy, on his way to work, was on the same train. Helped the nerves having someone to chat too, actually was so relaxed I fell asleep! Sorry Troy!
I asked for help ...
... in most countries is an oxymoron) to airport, parking lot or whatever personnel there is a native and civil friendliness that is quickly noted.
After we arrived Bruce Dean was there at baggage claim and we drove a short distance away to Botany Bay and had lunch at a Greek restaurant. with Doug Gray who joined us.
It is so good to see Bruce Dean again. We had not seen him in the flesh since the Feast of Tabernacles in 2004 in South Africa. ...
... and people were entertaining enough! We saw strangers in their undies, we danced in the streets and sat on milk crates... I mean it was so fun and some hilarious people watching! Later on we met up with Kari's friends at a bar that was having a Mardi Gras party and we danced on a rainbow light up stage! It was so fun to just let loose! I had a blast making a fool of myself and just not caring what anyone thought of my "moves"! Then it was back to the ferry dock to catch the last ferry ...
... of direction. Four heads in five years since does make for a happy school. No visit to Sydney is complete without a trip to the north side of the harbour, out to Manly beach, where we walked and walked by the ever so blue sea and round the head back to the lovely and stately cream and green ferry. We sat in an Aussie bar looking back to the city supping super cool beers and pondered on what made an attractive city. On our return we found that the latest characterless ...