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So I arrived in Sydney yesterday. The flight was pretty cramped and **** as usual. I probably slept for around 2 hours all night so arrived feeling pretty delirious. I found my way to Central station from the airport on these massive double decker trains, they were like something futuristic I'd never seen before! I didn't really know what to expect when flying to Sydney, I guess I thought it would be a laid back, sunny, beachy City a bit like perth but a lot bigger. It ...
The cruise has had a series of educational lectures in the theatre covering topics related to the locations and their history prior to our arrival in each port, so I have taken the opportunity to include some of the notes as this is a bit of a travel diary for Bonnie and I. I feel I am channeling my father (a little bit), as he was a massive history buff, particularly as it related to the British Empire and ...
... months. You may be thinking if the rental is such a cost how would we ever afford it? Well that our beloved readers, is where jobs come in...we are on working holiday visas after all! Aforementioned in our previous entry, I had the wheels in motion with a gentleman affiliated to a football club who said he could get me a job. True to his word he rang on the Monday and we chatted about plans and experience etc, I mentioning that I was travelling with Vicky and we'd met at ...
... the heavens opened and unfortunately we got drenched, whilst praying at the same time it wouldn't happen or carry on until tomorrow!
But thankfully the rain didn't last very long and we decided to carry on with the DK guided walks and head toward the city centre. We started at the statue of Queen Victoria and walked through the Queen Victoria Buildings which was really well decorated, and continued past the State Theatre, Sydney Tower, Strand Arcade, ...
... strip of restaurants and shops leading up to and along the beach. We ate lunch at a great Mexican restaurant and spent some time walking along the beach and watching the numerous surf lessons going on. The waves at Manly were just the right size and if I'd known I would have signed myself up for some surf lessons here. But surely there would be more spots along the coast where I could attempt to surf. We caught the ferry back to Circular Quays and spent a few hours wandering ...
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