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... that we're making our way on the WRONG side. It's weird how people get. I've just heard that Justin made it in with a majority - that'll surely get my buddy Terry live on Facebook. We arrived back home, flopped into bed and downloaded my pictures. It's now 7:27 p.m. and we're headed back out for dinner. Who knows where we can get fed in the "sex district" but we're on a mission.
We ended up at the ...
... at Circular Quay. Smooth sailing all the way and hard to know which way to face to take photos.
Arrival at the Quay at 6am and Adrian was there on the wharf to say hi while he was on his morning run.
Departure from the ship could not have been easier. Very well organised both on the ship and ashore with plenty of guides to assist and direct everyone. We did not wait for our colour code departure to be called and ...
... a 50 minute bus journey. This turned out to be the bet off the cuff decision made so far... I jumped off the bus and went directly onto the sands. It was so quiet, so I made a few notes in the sand, walked along the surf and noticed up a head a bunch of people and umbrellas. I had a rough idea that Home and Away was filmed around here but was told it's unlikely to see anything. But, they were wrong They were in the middle of filming, so I put on the Go Pro and ...
... you are expected to tip the guide accordingly at the end of the tour. The guides are university students, ours was a history major, and he was very entertaining and informative. We walked and walked for about 3 hours. We saw so many interesting things...underground shopping centres, a quaint little lane area where bird cages hung from above and the sounds of wild birds echoing off the vertical walls. We saw parks, Cathedrals, old buildings, new ...
... avery tender gamer kind of flavour. The house lager also went down well. Back in the hotel room we wtched a huge thunderstorm come across. The lightning was flashing every few seconds almost liek a strobe and the rain lashing the windows - we couldn't see the bridge or the Opera House through the rain. Next morning the news was full of stories of the flash flooding in the outer suburbs. The centre survived better and fortunately it was dry, fine and sunny on Tuesday ...
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