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... their food extremely spicy....!! Donning our new clothes we headed out for dinner in Darling Harbour. In Aus they currently celebrate the Christmas season(crazy I know!), so the harbour was full of bright lights, fake snow, ice rinks and even giant fake ice bergs floating on the water! Tonight was also the night we tried ourselves some Kangaroo, and very delicious it was too! Almost like a very juicy tender beef! Now on to trying other typical Aussie foods like crocodile and ...
... says hotel on the door, but when we opened the door to the room earlier this afternoon we were faced with four beds and a room without a bathroom. To add insult to injury the hotel advertised as a bed and breakfast makes you pay for breakfast. And doesn't have wi-fi. To take my mind of the stupid hostel that cost me as much as a hotel we headed out straight away. Only to discover that Sydney is big. Far bigger than any other Australian city we've been ...
... no, I got some gluten free baked bean thingy, a spicy chickpea curry, soy milk and one lousy banana. In contrast Connor got to eat chicken and salad, osso bucco, yoghurt and muesli and a chicken a sweet onion relish roll. Hmm.Have finished watching Season 12 of Grand Designs - love watching Kevin McLeod in mass consumption, and now there are only 3 hours to go.
We are flying over the Black Sea at 40 000 feet (taking no chances with ground missiles there). I ...
... we need. Our cases hadn’t arrived yet, so we left our hand luggage in the cabin and set off to explore the ship. Our balcony is right over the 'CE’ (part of the sign on the side of the ship - RadianCE of the Seas), and the balcony will be lovely to sit on when the weather gets better. Time just got away and before we knew it there was a compulsory evacuation drill for the entire ship, at 4.15pm. We hadn’t even had a drink ...
... though we were in our beach attire and everyone else would be dressed for an afternoon an evening ahead! After a quick ice cream all was fine an we enjoyed a few drinks and bowls with them before making our way home at a reasonable hour. With myself having football the following day and our bridge climb in the evening we didn't want any chance of feeling uneasy! It was the main attraction of our week and our birthday presents from our family - plus one ...
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