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The journey begins early morning flight out of Bilo. Met Greg Graham on the flight to Brissy, brief chat landed before we knew it. Breaky not the usual for Qantas do my tummy issues started early. Short wait in Bris before boarding for Sydney. This flight not. To bad but no real
Good but a biscuit which I ate as I needed sustanience, very …
... s colleagues here explained that wages are quite high compared to what we'd expect in the U.S. for entry-level jobs, in part due to unions. For more on the business side of Sydney and Australia, see Jonathan's blog (which I have kept failing to mention): http://globalecon2015.blogspot.com/.
- As an island nation, Australians take water safety and swimming seriously. We've seen the ocean swimming races, and last weekend we saw hundreds of ...
... be pretty good at the catching waves part of surfing (probably not the standing on the board part)! Once I'd dried off we headed for the bus back to Sydney which again was a little bit confusing. One bus, one train and an hour later we were back at Central station. We went for dinner down the road and I ordered the Thai Beef Salad. I figured it was worth a mention as firstly it was delicious and secondly, it may be the first time in my entire life I've ever ordered a ...
... would follow the stables, which was true, and it was also our way of motivating them to slog on foot in the mid-day sun along loud, unattractive roads to a mall, where Lorelei’s rudimentary reading skills finally served her well. ‘Toys!’ she shouted as she read the mega-sign on the building. Toys R Us has made its way across the Pacific to Sydney, and after too much web searching the night before we’d determined that it ...
... and chopping everything. Days were largely filled with sightseeing (Botanical Gardens are stunning), sunbathing (Manly has a California feel to it, which is lovely), catching up with friends or taking on new challenges, such as climbing the Sydney Harbour Bridge and paddle boarding......definitely not as relaxing or easy as it looks - but a lot of fun. Overall we loved our stay in Sydney and had so much fun. It was easy to feel at home as we saw a few familiar ...