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Flew into Sydney on the 30th after a great day site seeing in Melbourne. The Melbourne museum of immigration was a quite moving space dedicated to the lost, endangered, battle weary people who have come to this country over the years. I was particularly pleased to be able to track down the details of the young Waters family who emigrated from war …
... that Wills and Kate have followed us to Oz! We didn't get a glimpse of them this time, but we heard the roaring crowds as they must have emerged. In fact, they later found us surfing in Manly a few days later, but we'll come onto that in a bit.
Whilst in Sydney we walked over the Harbour Bridge at night, where you can find amazing views of the city skyline and Opera House – on the way back we had a drink in 'The Rocks’ (the ...
... ever been on a boat that rocked so much!!! Felt a little bit sea sick but luckily it was only 30 minutes!
Back to the hostel for an hour, quick skype session and then we were off to see the lion king musical (quick pit stop at KFC). I know I saw it when I was younger but wow! It's amazing. Think I cried like 4 times but seriously wow!
The show has definitely put me on a ...
Greetings from Down Under!
The time here continues to be absolutely wonderful.
Madame Butterfly was truly a unique experience because of the on-water venue. Add opera to the list of things that will never be the same at home. The stage was floating on the water, they set off fireworks from the harbour behind the stage at one point, and they even had a cast member arrive via a speedboat and then make his way to ...
... degrees and crystal clear with pure white sandy bottom to the lagoon. There were small reef sharks cruising the lagoon and the fish were some of the most colourful we have seen. We returned to Male which completely covers an island only a couple of km square with buildings every where except for the narrow lane ways. It is the worlds smallest national capital. The Maldives consists over 1000 islands and is 100 % Muslim. We now have 2 days at sea before arriving in ...