Ibis Sydney Olympic Park
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What an evening it was! Last night we went for a ‘hot pot’ Chinese style. It’s basically a big bowl of soup that they serve onto a hob that’s in the middle of the table, to keep it on the boil. And then, whatever meat you ordered comes out bit-by-bit and you just throw it into the soup until it’s cooked. Amazing. We had chicken, ham, fish, and even quail eggs. It was a great evening.
I was worried about seeing Ling ...
... days and getting ready for our departure. Alyssa's doling out to her friends the books that she doesn't intend to read, and Lorelei's acquiring yet more stuffed animals as her rotating best friends give her parting gifts. Both girls have expressed some regret about leaving now that they've settled in at school. We might have predicted that would happen just as we were packing up, but it's still a nice turn of events given the rocky start to the academic year here.
... around and look back inside the terminal and see our big black bag looking very lonely on the carousel. Clint runs in and grabs it. Some repacking is needed to fit it in and we are all on the road for our final leg of the trip. Headed for home.
We all notice how green and lush everything looks. The sky is the brightest we have seen in weeks. Thankfully it is not too hot, so we don't have to adjust to a big change in temperature.
were right. Despite the 'strict security' we made it through the
gates with a fair amount of alcohol and made our way down to the
waterfront. The area was a little park with a relatively long stretch
of grass running along the water side. There was a little jetty there
too which added to the scene. We sat on the grass and prepared
ourselves for the night ahead with our little picnic that we had
prepared earlier and our mixture of card games ...
... amp; stop to fuel the car and the people at Glenrowan at around 8am we find a quaint little café called McDONALDS!! (I hear the sighing but let me tell you, it’s quick, reasonably clean, they have toilets and most importantly not bad coffee)
Back on the Hume my turn to be in charge, mixed bag of rain, sleet, snow & sun (ok maybe no snow but I’m pretty sure I saw sleet) we see one of the towns coming up is Gundagai so after ...