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... huge?! Picking up the car at Thrifty was easy enough, but then came the tricky bit, driving on the wrong side of the road! And even with the TomTom we still nearly got lost leaving the airport! But Ince we got on the motorway it was a pretty easy drive to Thomson, except for the staying awake part. The boys were both asleep within minutes and I tried my best to stay awake to help Mark but I still nodded off a few times. Thankfully Mark managed not to! So we arrived safely ...
... checked out the opera house and botanic gardens behind it, a lot smaller than I imagined, strange to see the famous building we've seen in so many images. We then headed over to darling harbour, Emma pretending she knew which direction to take, we managed to find our way and ended up in a bar overlooking the harboured naval ships. We ended the day with a stroll over harbour bridge to get a decent view over the city, we would of wanted to do ...
... that it is frowned on to push them out of the way in order to get a better view. So I refrained. However, this did mean that the experience wasn’t all it could have been but it was still pretty darn good. The Skyway journey ends at Echo Point. A short walk leads to the Three Sisters, three pillars of rock that have formed due to erosion. The weather was perfect – the warmth of the sun combined with the cool, freshness of the air made for ...
... pad Thai was the dish of choice, and it was delicious.
While we were in Sydney, we anticipated the Mardi Gras parade that was to come on our last night. It was a day and evening filled with rainbow coloured everything, and wildly enthusiastic people at every corner, a lot of fun to witness such a open and free city. We did a whole lot of people watching this day and really soaked up the atmosphere as much as possible. I had seen photon of the event ...
... and pintxos in Spain, laying in the sun in the Olive tree garden in Porto, cartoon walls and fountain frolicking in Brussels, Pearl Jam and pot in Amsterdam, following mum’s footsteps in Bergamo, revisiting places like falling into the fountain in Vienna, wine tasting in the Valley of beautiful women in Eger, kayaking in Cesky Krumlov, tobogganing down mountains in Poland, following history with Fee and Dave in Rome and Eatalying our way through Italy, bullfights ...
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