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We arrived in Sydney on Easter Monday. We headed over to Bondi Beach as Neil had kindly offered us his spare room as our base for the next few days. After a quick catch up on each others news we headed off for a short walk along the coastal path and met up with Karin on the way. After a stroll along to the next cove and watching some surfers cruise …
We've left the small town of Cairns and arrived in the BIG city of Sydney. I love the laid back personalities, the "no worries" attitudes. We had a cabbie tell us what he admired most in Americans was "you say what you mean". Course I haven't met an Aussie yet, who was timid about sharing their views. Thought I loved NY, this is bigger and even more exciting. Of course, the ...
My Birthday Weekend away from home: 22nd - 24th of May
This is just a short blog telling you what I did for my 25th Birthday in Sydney's City Centre. As I previously said I had booked Nickelback tickets at the Allphones areana in Sydney for the 22nd of May so the day before my birthday. It never bothered me that I would be going alone because your too busy focusing on the music so it doesnt matter if your on your own or with other ...
... not be challenged. This is what I told myself before coming out here that I would not let happen. I told myself this trip will change me and I told myself I am out here to figure out whom I am and who I am meant to be. How did I allow myself to fall into a daily basic slum? Is it because I loved work so much I was putting my dreams off or was it the fact I believed I had years and years to do and see what I loved because I am home.. this is HOME!
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... taking in Bondi Beach itself. The apartment is actually at Bondi Junction and James led the four of us to the beach in a walk that took around half an hour. It's nowhere near as big as Copacabana but you could barely move for people at peak time on a Saturday afternoon. We took in the sights, bumped into another guy from our Kiwi bus, took a few photos and then bid farewell to Josh, who had to catch a bus back to the hostel ahead of a Greyhound trip north. Meanwhile, ...