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... then it will be go go go, agencies, banks and more, so next update will be late tomorrow. Will attach a photo of the Sydney Opera House from our window, it's plain to see from our room but photo a bit blurry. So it's goodnight from me and goodnight from ...
The flight was pretty turbulent. Maybe all those left over bits of cyclone as we crossed the Pacific? We were in luck and managed to win a vacant middle seat. It was lovely to have a space to put our things or stretch (if you could call it stretch) into some semi-horizontal pose. Ray caught up on some new releases and seemed to enjoy the little television gadget they now have on the flight. He did not sleep at all on the flight. I actually went straight ...
It was overcast and we were all feeling a little "sheepish" from our fun night the night before so decided to take it easy and go into town and walk around. We caught the train in it was super easy and really only about 10 minutes away it was awesome to arrive right downtown in Sydney harbour, when you think of Sydney that's exactly what you think about! The Opera House, the giant bridge, the water!!! The train arrives right there in the middle on the wharf! We ...
... of our family and friends for their emotional and financial support and for sharing with us from afar. I’m sure a few people are breathing a sigh of relief – no more Laura and Mikey selfies or photos of Mr Frogmeister blocking your Facebook feeds! However I am sure there are a few people going through similar emotions to us at the moment, who have journeyed with us from afar and been with us every step of the way.
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... forests disappears under the glare of the sun giving way to acres of light green carpets of paddy dotted with towering ancient white stupas and fed with oceans like reservoirs locally known as wewa. Giant statues of Lord Buddha rises above the forest line while ancient palaces stand abandoned to the forest, waiting for a master, who long departed from life.Travelling further north the ...