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One of my dreams is to go to the great country of Norway for a season of rugby...
I've looked at rugby in Norway and it looks like the season runs
June 14th to October 11th.
There is a league with teams in
Oslo, Stavanger, Bergen, Blinder, Trondeheim
It wouldn't be that expensive to get over there. 607$ round trip out of Denver.... I guess it ...
On our third day in Sydney we took a tour of the Hyde Park Barracks, which was used as a male prison and later a female asylum. It was really cool touring the building and seeing all the old artifacts. We saw a recreation of the sleeping quarters where hammocks were lined wall to wall. Later that afternoon we went to the ...
... gardens, things that I wasn’t interested to start off with. Every night the sunset is stunning in Australia, and it really is every night. The sun is setting or has set and it makes the clouds go blue and the sky turns, red, pink purple. One night it was a purple, pink and blue rainbow in the sky, the clouds were blue and the sun made the sky go pink and purple, was beautiful.
I did the walk with ...
the beautiful eastern suburbs and we walked along the coast line to a light
house with a stunning view of the Pacific with nothing but water for thousands
of miles and the Sydney skyline in the background, quite the contrast… A few days later she took us to the “White
Rabbit” Gallery, a private collection of Chinese Contemporary ...
... ready for a day's worth of exploring. I came up with the idea of taking a walk over the bridge then catching the ferry from Luna Park to Darling Harbour, so that is exactly what we did. The Sydney Harbour Bridge is one of the longest in the world and is the tallest steel arch bridge. When it was completed in 1932, it was also the widest, long-span bridge encompassing 8 lanes. Certainly a marvellous feat of engineering!
We had to climb ...