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... t so we ended up going to subway for lunch. After lunch we climbed the steps up onto Sydney Harbour Bridge and walked all the way across and back and of course took a few photos along the way including some selfies with our newlands mascot!! After all the walking we had done we decided to head back down George Street and got on a train back to ...
... quickly, catching up with your close friends. Having a good laugh, having a last chat with your close friends, finding out how how they're lives are taking shape with kids, marriage, work, new relationships and ventures. It's amazing how every one of them offers something different when they look this trip. And they all seem to get the gravity of this trip.......they know there's no return ticket...it's an open book.
... reconstructed at the top of Bag End...oh and the beer at the Green Dragon Inn. On our journey back thorough the Kaimai Range we stopped off for short walk around McLarenFalls. As our NZ adventure drew to an end we knew the time had come to part with our transport, home and friend. After sailing through the mechanical inspection Harri's journey will now continue with a Scottish couple who he will take back to all his favourite spots. So, on the ...
... flight on time, but there were some passengers who were delayed coming through Customs. As a result we left the gate about 30 minutes late and took off about 45 minutes late. However, the pilot soon told us that we were due in LA around 10 minutes early which shows you can easily make up time on the 13 hour flight to LA. We did not get a lot of sleep, I suspect I got around 30 to 45 minutes sleep. We landed in LA at 620am local time or 1120pm Hobart ...
We're off again! This time to follow the Rhine River from its source in the Swiss Alps to where it enters the sea in Holland, a journey of some 1,800 joyous kilometres. "Mad", I hear you say, "what's joyous about riding the equivalent of Brisbane to Melbourne"? Nothing, if indeed it was from these two cities but Zurich to Amsterdam on a tandem bicycle via five countries steeped in history is something altogether different. ...