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... on the average price per volume of food...but I'm not sure who can eat a burger the size of a small cantaloupe. Thankfully we were together to split almost all of our meals and we spotted happy hours at every turn (especially my mom). After lunch I headed to an ill-fated appointment at an Apple store to confirm my phone was doomed. I was not struggling with much jet lag since my time difference from Southeast Asia was minimal, but my mom was starting to fade. For those of you who ...
Yay! It's my birthday! I woke up feeling refreshed and ready for the day! We had a late start and it was a pretty good day. We toured the ABC studios, which is funded by the government. The facility was really nice! We got to see the radio, tv, and backstages of the giant building. Next, we came back to the hotel and had the rest of the day off. So most of us relaxed for a little while. I got bored of sitting in ...
... Nina,a Swiss girl from our form joined us and we later went and got some dinner together. Not bad at all... Pay for a drink (AUD4.50 for a beer) and get the daily meal free. Today was roast chicken with mash and mushy peas... Tasty and a decent portion! We hung around the bar area for a bit, watching the entertainment which included an air guitar contest! After this we called it a night as we had an early start with uncle ...
... We came to a stop at Punakaiki where there are Pancake Rocks and blowholes. We went for a little walk in a loop and had views out to all the rocks. They looked like flat pancakes stacked on top of each other. We hadn't come at high tide, but at low tide so you couldn't really see the blowholes. There was just an occasional couple of drops spurting out. We did the little loop. We were supposed to be having pancakes there for lunch but me, Mitch and Livvy got in trouble ...
... quokkas. Most were very cute and it was a fun stop. I probably took too many pictures, so you will have to put up with that today.
From there we drove to Olympic Park to see the sights from the 2000 Olympics and picked up Rowan, our foodie tour guide. He took us to 5 different spots to taste some of the delicious famous food of Sydney. The first stop was the P&R Raineri Deli. We met ...
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Basic hotel, good quality not many amenities, good for overnight.
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