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... for the holiday album! By this time the rain had stopped so we wandered around the circular quay towards the opera house again. It was so peaceful down there at night, especially as there were no ferries docked. As we reached the opera house it started to rain again. Why does it always rain when we go there? We took shelter on the ground level where there are lots of restaurants and there must've been a mexican/Spanish restaurant nearby as we heard Enrique singing his latest ...
... Kong, Seoul, Tokyo, Kuala Lumpar etc.
There are a number of areas a tourist would want to see:
- The Rocks/Circular Quay – you haven’t been to Sydney if you have not seen, or better still gone to a performance in, the Opera House.
· Adjacent to Circular Quay are the botanical gardens linked by the Domain (location of the art gallery of nsw) to ...
... time in the week. I am literally devastated. Not only had I been waiting for this day for weeks, but it was my birthday and he'd literally ruined it. I was so disappointed, I had to tell the girls at the hostel and they were so sad for me, I'd don't nothing but talk shout him and this night the whole week I was there. My birthdays comes and goes, it wasn't the best. He doesn't even message me happy birthday until night time. I'm so over it by then. I'm on my way to meet the family ...
When we traveled to Europe in 2012 (aaggghhhh!!!!! I want to go back!!), I kept a travel blog of our trip, and I can honestly say it helped me immensely with recalling how I felt while travelling (which is something you often forget once home), committing places, events & experiences to memory and by far the biggest advantage was that I was able to produce a wonderful keepsake book at the end of the trip.
What I really like about Australia and New Zealand are all the people..it starts with the lovely "How are you?" in the supermarket! As soon as you go out of the house on the streets you get a lot of smiles and sometimes even a "what a nice day" from random people you don't know! You literally meet new friends on every corner..for example even sitting 2h in a really slowely train is fun, because you get entertain from guys with an Aussie accent or meet ...