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Hopped off ship and took the free shuttle bus to Capilano suspension bridge and cliff walk.
Russell seems to have got over his height fears (must be age related???)
It was a goodtime to go as we seemed to beat the crowd.
The suspension bridge is 450ft long and 230 ft above the Capilano river and sways quite a …
Well arrived in Sydney and walked down to the Great Southern hotel. This is a good place to stay. Quite nice on the inside and very quite as we were well back from the street. Walked down to china town and had a great chinese with the locals in a food hall of all varieties of Asian food.Walked up George street and found a nice yoghurt place for …
... opposite the waterfront station and we're we got there it did t matter as the bus was running a bit late, it was small compared to the other buses making the 2 hour journey upthemountain, but was pretty good value for the price, when we got there we had no idea what to rent what to do, but we new we need better shoes after slipping a few times. I hadn't been to the snow since I was 12 and Jake had never been. The trip us the mountain ...
... BLCU classmates, Chris, for dinner. We had not really had much contact since we finished classes, but when he heard that I was in town, he reached out to catch up.
He picked me up from the apartment, with his friend Sharon. We went to the Festival of Lights, which was a park, filled with fairy lights. It was the most gorgeous place--- everything was covered in lights, from the tree trunks, to ...
... Full of stunning architecture and well kept buildings. The focus of our day though was the Iglesias de San Fransisco and its catacombs. We didn't have a lot of time to explore Lima and there is so much to do but this was on the top of our list. San Fransisco is an old monastery with a large catacombs beneath it. I had never seen anything like that before and it was very interesting. The monastery itself is breathtaking. The old paintings and carvings are intricate and hundreds ...