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... our love for New Zealand, and also spent quite a bit of time trying to explain what a Scottish Ceilidh was, and teaching them some Doric dialect. Fun night all in all!
Sunday was St Patricks Day, so we had arranged a day out with one of Katie's colleagues Sally, who seems to know a lot of Irish living in Sydney. The day started with a pint in an Irish Bar (of course) before watching the parade that then led to Hyde Park for a ...
... the stars, watching the possums running up trees and exchanging stories about our respective road trips. Amazingly, they had clocked up over 20,000km’s driving around every corner of Australia in a beaten-up Holden Commodore... We couldn’t even come close with our 3,500km’s in Beaten-Up Barry!
After a night of possum-spotting and breakfast amongst nature, we took the train back into Sydney. ...
... for several weeks in Scotland. The house swap idea had first been hatched at our niece, Sherrie's wedding in 2011 when we met Neil and Isobel - Sherrie's cousins. Neil and Isobel were keen to come to Australia for a few months in 2015 and we were not going to pass up the opportunity of free accommodation in Scotland - so the house swap idea was set in motion.
As usual, the next 12 months were spent planning the trip. The proposed itinerary changed many ...
... to see how things are done in Australia having visited the Singapore Zoo only 12 months ago. Everyone agrees that this was an excellent present for Christmas, grandma and grandad, so thankyou! It was a very full day, although thankfully nowhere near as hot as the day before. We walked over 5km again today, so we flopped when we got home and some of us took ...
... as we approached central Sydney and the Harbour. The Opera House and Harbour Bridge came into sight and I just had goose pimples. I love bridges and this one is my favourite. It was, until recently, the widest long-span bridge, and is, the tallest steel arch bridge in the world. Completed in 1932 at the cost of 16 lives and $6.25M Ozzie dollars (then) it is known affectionately to Sydneysiders as “The Coathanger”. It’s such a heavy duty design but looks somehow ...