Gemini Hotel Sydney
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... dressed and head straight for breakfast. We ate at the Plantation again, just the usual bacon, eggs (horrible powdered scramble eggs - yuk!), hash browns etc. Great breakfast and I love a good fry up for breakkie. It was a pretty rough sea in the morning and Tiff and Chelsea started feeling a bit queezy so we went and rested in the room for a short time. We were attending a seminar on all the information for the shore tours at 10am so we went there after a short rest.
Fairly uneventful flights so far - currently on the way into Sydney airport. Free wifi on Emirates flights this month so online at 12,000 metres, a bit of a novelty! Left Birmingham an hour late so I was really glad I had three hours for the transfer. Tempted by Shake Shack at Dubai plenty of space to sit down too! Managed a bit of a sleep on this flight - hoping for a good view on the way into Sydney just after sunrise... Next up flight to ...
... emus, an Australian crocodile (his name was Dundee!), scads of ...
Well here it is, my first blog entry. Whilst I am doing this when I am already overseas I wanted to include the first one back at home in Sydney.
Packing for the trip was one of the hardest things I have ever had to do. For those who were not aware I was packing two things, a backpack for Asia and a suitcase for a life over in Europe. The suitcase was kinda easy until I picked it up and realised how heavy it actually was, so it was time to take things out and repack again ...
... sunshine, but very cold after India and Hong Kong.
All this before my 16 day tour started to Cairns where I am writing this! First stop were the Blue Mountains where we walked down (luckily not up..) over 900 steps. Also went on the world's steepest railway and did a couple of good walks. The next couple of days were filled with driving, but made a couple of stops for dolphin watching and we visited a koala hospital - too cute. ...