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Travel Blogs from Newcastle
... walking and go there instead. I think I like the KFC here better than in the States!
Once we got back we basically just relaxed the rest of the night. We have so many people in and out of our houses every day. It's great that we're all so close and able to be around each other so much. I'm glad I've found such a wonderful family here in Oz. I have about two and a half months left and I absolutely don't want to leave..
We've finished up our itinerary, as we are planning it all ourselves. There has been SO much organisation in the past few weeks! Really we have been planning and booking things for the past 6 months but these last couple of weeks have been hectic! So much to do so little time!
Most of our attractions have been pre booked so we have print-at-home and skip the line tickets which ...
... we did.
Karen and I spent the afternoon exploring the waterfront, neighborhoods, and shops. We saw ships, beautiful old buildings, and parks. While Newcastle is a city teaming with heavy industry, it is also a beautiful old city full of 19th century charm.
Tomorrow Karen and Rosemary are spending the day doing “girl things” and John and I are going out train chasing. Again stay tuned,
Jim and Karen
... meaning "homecoming", and a Homeric word meaning
"pain, ache" .and although I am sure that at the time
my life here in Sydney didn't seem that special or exciting in hindsight I now
realise how amazing it was. From serendipitous meetings at the Opera House,
incredible food and theatre productions to seeing in NYE on Sydney Harbour
under the bridge in a boat, as the fireworks rained down in all their glory, to
the frivolity of Mardis Gras, ...
From Sydney, I traveled by bus two hours north to Newcastle. I had arranged to stay with Liz and Steve, a couple that were on our tour in Africa. Unfortunately Steve was on holiday which meant that Liz was my tour guide. I had considered staying in a hostel to meet people but most backpackers tend to skip Newcastle and head straight to Byron, plus I really appreciated a bed and home cooked food as well as local knowledge.
I spent 2 nights and 3 days in Newcastle and ...