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... them the code on our phone again. We got there an hour before check in. We were flying with Jet Star which is a similar airline to easy jet. They had the self service check in which we did but then had to queue for another hour to drop the bags off. The system was a bit flawed as I though the self service machines were meant to save time. Once through we sat and relaxed for an hour. This is the first flight I have been ...
... were taken up to the peer so that we could jump of if you want to i sat with a few girls firmly against the rail because if you stand any where near the edge you would defiantly get pushed in. On the way back i did the sail but i was very easy because you just let the sail out and of you go because we were going down wind. Then we packed the boats away and went ...
... t for some reason and so was still sitting on the runway we had tried to land on. awesome.
So after that near death experience (jk), B was very happy to be back on solid ground! We caught a train from the airport to the city and dropped our bags off at the hotel, and then caught a train to another station in the city. We walked alongside the botanic gardens to the art gallery, where we were meeting G's friends, Jussey and Fawn.The art gallery was showing an ...
*A few reflective thoughts on our journey:
We have driven through European Christendom, the Muslim World, the Buddhist World and we have driven through countries that are cradles of old civilisations – in particular Turkey, Iran and China. But ironically it is the youngest country in political terms , Australia, that is home to the most ancient of them all – the Aborigine culture.
This is one of those fountains that, in Sydney, you see so often that you become immune to it. On the day of our fountain hunt I got the chance to see it again as if I was new to Sydney, which was excellent. It is really a captivating fountain, and the first of its type.
What I called it: El ...