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... just DO IT. There is one in 15 minutes so I'm in. Lori goes and walks around the harbor and checks out some shops at the Rocks area. My climb is 3 3-4 hours. They are very strict with breathalyzer tests and medical forms. We get all suited out with outfits and hats and weight belts that attach to the bridge. Before we start there are practice ladders we have to pass before we can go on the bridge. There are 11 in my group mostly young. Two young ladies ...
... and so we had the most bizarre night out to the sounds of ukulele's and met some of the strangest people we have ever seen. Next up was Newcastle (the windiest beach in the world, we actually had to retreat to the safety of El Cheapo) and then Seal Rocks - a little beach town that turned out to be a great stop. After a couple of hours of beach time we headed out for a walk to the lighthouse (much to Mike's dismay) and encountered the largest lizard in the world, ...
... was petrifying. It couldn't manage the incline in the high gears as it lost speed but if you put it in a low gear being rear wheel drive and no weight in the back, the wheels just started spinning. By this point Matty looked over to me and couldn't believe how drip white I'd gone. I was shaking and on the verge of tears. I'm just glad we swapped driving and Matty was behind the wheel because I was too petrified to drive. As we climbed higher and higher and the road got wetter ...
... hostile at my comment rather than laughing at it too. CHILL OUT!!! Travel can still be a pleasure! I’m seeing way too many big heads in a minimal power situation.
AND SECURITY!!! In my book “Camels to Caviar” I write about the unpredictable security checks at the airports in Australia. Each having their own idea of “due to safety reasons”. It’s all so random. In our group, 5 of us had scissors in ...
... bench people and bird watching than the gale force winds at the beach had provided earlier. After a bit we made our way to the sixth floor of Westfield Mall and the site of chocolate heaven. One fudgey brownie sundae for Brenda, one banana split waffle sundae for me adds up to two parts chocolate bliss.
With bellies full it was time to find an ATM and refill our wallets as well.
Pause for random rant...we are ...
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