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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 ...
... I had walked across the bridge, you don't appreciate the gradient on it until you walk it. There was a large Cruise Ship just leaving dock as we walked over. We carried on walking to Milsons Point and caught the train back to Chatswood. I'm going to miss this city. Tonight I've had a bit of a dry run looking at my packing, I think it's going to be ok as long as I don't buy too much more, this isn't a problem as I ...
... slowly creeping into my life!! Along with some British ones it'd seem as well! Haha I'm sure I'm gonna sound like a proper ****! Sydney is amazing! Definitely a great place to visit! I plan on spending Sunday relaxing at a beach! :) and see whatever else happens to come my way! Ps..Love and miss you all! seeing Christmas stuff while it hot Is most definitely ...
We slept quite well & were woken by Sonia & Margot clip clopping in high heels coming to see us. We had breakfast then took Sonia to French classes in town, we caught the 302 bus & got off in town just before David Jones we walked down to the French school & left Sonia there, she was happy to go. Then Dave, Margot & myself went to the QVB building looking for cloth nappies but there was nothing at QVB, we went straight to David Jones but they had nothing there ...
Notice sleep last night had a hypo like event that took me on a spin Vic suggested I have a jelly bean & yes it did do the trick. Must have been hyped up so sleep did not happen. We got up in the dark to go out & watch the ship go under the Sydney Harbour bridge. Like our last experience on the Baltic , it really did look like it wasn't going to make under but the optical had everyone stumped & under we went with heaps of room to spare. Breaky with different ...