Seasons Darling Harbour
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5. Sydney life is a lot like the city life I left, I'm thinking I came here because its my comfort zone, city living that is. Maybe I should try a smaller town out.
6. I know I have travel plans in August and in October with my lovely family visitors! Do I just bite the bullet and work until then so I can play the rest of my time?
7. Do I have what it takes to live in a van? I'd ...
... dresses and enjoying lovely live music and food next to the harbour. Then, here we come strolling through in our shorts, sweaty T-shirts, sun-burned skin, backpacks, and cameras just as if we were there for the show. To be honest, I think we are the ones who should have charged admission cause I'm pretty sure everyone got to see a show before the real show with us around. ‘Bout the time we got somewhere towards the middle of all these folks dad ...
... never been 'that guy’ before. Luckily it was only a 10 minute walk from his, and it was exactly where we were standing. I felt like a prize A-hole.
It was a very windy night, we were sat out on his balcony eating cheese and crackers, and everyone eventually put their coats on. I was loving it in my shorts and t-shirt! As it is not in any way cold here.
I am very glad to have decided on bringing my suitcase with wheels, as carrying a massive backpack ...
... goon (cheap Australian wine) we found ourselves being invited to Newcastle (Australia) if we were ever in the area, result!
Waking up to a lot of rain we decided to have a lazy morning and do some much needed planning of what we were going to do after we gave the van back. With a job offer in farm work under our belts, one thing we needed now was a working visa, which after a quick phone call to ...
... Opera House. For a brief time, we followed the markers that indicated the location of the shoreline in 1788, when Sydney was first settled.
After playing tourist with our cameras outside, we entered the Opera House. We had tickets to see Tosca, an opera by Giacomo Puccini, in the Joan Sutherland Theatre on the south side of the Opera House. I think it was everyone's first opera. The lyrics were sung in Italian, but the theatre had the English surtitles on a ...