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... a fantastic pizza restaurant just by chance called Zia Pina Pizzeria. The pizza we shared (on a budget you know!) was amazing, will definitely be back in the New Year. We headed back to the hotel about 3pm to collect our bags and then made our way to Brisbane airport for our 6pm flight. In the airport who should we bump into but Charlie, a radiographer from work who moved to the ...
... It was fascinating learning about the history of Sydney, seeing some of the most expensive properties in the city, and it was also funny when our boat went past a nudist beach only to find a naked man waving at us on what was a very chilly morning. We then got up and close to the Opera House and took a tour, where we learned more about its history. It was interesting to learn how the design was selected and implemented, in addition to viewing the ...
... supposed to go via west African countries but they have slightly changed the itinerary for obvious reasons. Lots of young families on the plane so mums and dads walking the isles. Listening to Ed Sheeran while writing. I like his music. Can see lots of ice over Antarctica region. About 2 pm I received my first glimpse of South Africa. ...
I call this a traditional fountain because it's a thick fountain of water that goes up and comes down. I believe that sometimes there's a lot more water activity going on but it was pretty quiet on our fountain hunting day. I nearly tripped over a groomsman to get photos of this one.
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... 2am, and then proceeded to stay up and chat to randomers before passing out! The next morning the weather was good and we headed over to Paddington Market, albeit Matts hangover. This wasn't far from our hostel but we accidently took a massive detour trying to find it which involved a lot of walking (not ideal for Kates wounded foot which had somehow reopened). The market was really nice with loads of cool clothes, jewellery, food and other bits and bobs - ...