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Like all good holidays, ours whizzed by and we're now on the way home. Here's a few reflections.... Peru was a great country to visit. The government of Peru has obviously spent a lot of time and money developing a great tourism industry. All our guides were passionate about their country and particularly their Inka roots. Some of our guides were actually descended from the Inkas which made them very short - they made Michell and ...
... travel buddy Jon to steer us in the right direction. Originally we were going to book a Round the World ticket from London but after many discussions, we decided it would be best to start from our beautiful country, Australia!
So with that decision made, I visited my travel agent Yasmin a few times to get the itinerary right. And what can I say?! I am very happy with ...
... opted for the digital version go the Sydney Entertainment Book for this trip and since this is so new, the ticket people had no idea how to use it. The bloke serving us grabs my phone and wanders off for what felt like an excessive amount of time - I was wondering who he was calling overseas with it out in the back room! In the end they gave us the discount but didn't "redeem" the offer in the app, so in theory we could use it again - bonus if we are back in Sydney for another ...
... one driver trying to make a right turn onto a closed road, "go wherever the hell you want!" Demonstrators were young and old and many interests were represented--against cuts in education and medicare, anti-coal and pro-renewable energy, refugee asylum and human rights, and the healthcare system. Many demonstrators wore black "F Tony Abbott" t-shirts and some signs read, "don't hurt my hope" and "elected to govern not destroy".
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