Comfort Inn & Suites Burwood
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apologies for my tardy blogging - heres an update on most if not all thats been happening. So after an uneventful journey we reached camp bastion - no i am joking we reached the Paperbark Glamping site. Deep in the bush is this ramshackle arrangement of a central lodge surrounded by a range of wooden and canvas tents up on stilts - think livingston meets tarzan with a bit of Skippy thrown in. Anyway as you know i am not a fan of ...
... There also is a museum and photos of the bridge construction..it is the world's largest steel arch bridge known as "The Coat Hanger" and really dominates the Sydney Harbour.
We then walked about Circular Quay where all the ferries are located and headed out to the peninsula to see the Opera House. Built between
1957-1973, the Sydney Opera House built to represent sails, has 1 million white tiles on it's roof and now is ...
... 10.30pm and midnight was a bit of a slog, but we managed not to fall asleep.
The main event was spectacular – a 13-minute display with fireworks coming off of the Bridge, off of the Opera House, and off of about 5 different barges dotted along the river. It was definitely worth all the waiting, especially because we had such a good position. Apparently the organisers feel real pressure to put on a better show every year because they ...
... fuel to wait an hour so we had to fly to Brisbane.. Go figure?Brisbane at 9:00am, stuck on plane till 11:00am, then stuck at airport till 5:00pm. Ugh. God i wanted to be home so bad. After all that time, FINALLY! SYDNEY!!
Seeing my family was like a dream come true. Customs held me up for a bit with my weed - oops i mean gingerbread chai tea, but besides that, airport was quick and painless process. I'm so glad to be home. 3 weeks is enough. Now for xmas, birthday and Europe in ...
... be in France. Stocked up on water, and got onto the plane. Not much exciting happens on the plane, apart from the whole actual flying thing. Singapore have decked their planes out with Christmas decorations. As a devout disliker of Christmas, this is a midly amusing addition - to the two Muslim ladies who were seated right next to it, I'd put it under the category of "If I asked for the special meal, you can safely assume I want the seat with no ...