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We're up early as usual despite Thomas being up until eleven last night. We take a leisurely couple of hours and leave the house about quarter past 10. We get the light railway from Paddy's Markets right near to us, up to Pyrmont Bay where the National Maritime Museum is right opposite.
We get our wristbands to prove we've paid and get walking along the harbour walls. There are exhibitions within the museum but we are here to ...
... post from a quiet corner of the David Jones food hall with a glass of plummy Pinot and a small ploughmans plate to sustain the writing - life could certainly be worse I can now conclude. After whiling away some more time I will soon enter that limbo-land of long haul travel - where time and sleep are an illusion and one attempts to keep incredulity at bay with the inflight entertainment.
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... ice cream from their stores so we decided to head over to the one closest to us after work. Little did we realise that the world seemingly knew of the free ice cream and the queue was probably a couple of hundred people deep! That is a realistic estimate - the shop is based on the second floor of a shopping centre and the queue spiralled down the staircase of the adjoining car park for a whole floor (that was four long ramps). We followed the flow just ...
... by far one of my favourite movies because of the pure love displayed by the unexpected. Love works in mysterious ways and I believe one day that love will find it’s way to me. I know it’s hard but I have to have faith that everything happens for a reason.
You can never see why at the moment but years to come you understand god’s big picture. God will never set you on a path he knows you can’t handle. I truly believe in that. On Day 7 ...
... s day! So basically everything we learnt went out the window. ST PATRICK'S DAY! The night of st paddy's day we got some drinks in and had a few in our room with our new room mates. After consuming a rather large quantity of alcohol (we tried the famous Australia goon) we headed to an Irish bar not too far away. The bar was packed and there was a queue, so we headed to another pub called side bar. This turned out to be a good choice as it had a good atmosphere and ...
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