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... concert after the big game at the MCG and Tom Jones and Ed Sheeran were playing! Me and Liam have been talking about going to see Ed in concert for absolutely ages and I’m sure just the day before I had said we would get tickets if he played in Australia so it was extremely lucky for us that we not only would get to see him but it would be free!!
That evening we met up with Lauren and Laura in their hostel for a few ...
... new ferals willing to work. Most of the long term people at surf side have become institutionalized, and I was one of them. I enjoyed meeting many of the people whom I met during my stay, and for being such a feral place the hostel did its job. It was a hostel, doing what hostels do.
FACT: The "Free" Breakfast is only free if you eat cereal with water. Otherwise it will cost you $2 dollars for milk.
... and again. The backpack was super hard as I didn't have the luxury of packing a whole bunch of clothes due to space so I went with items which could re-use easily like tops for outside and bed etc.
Packing up my life both in my room at home and the suitcase and backpack was draining to say the least. The packing continued all the way until 4:30am the morning of my flight - hears to say I didn't sleep well that night and felt sick when it came time to leave the house. After ...
... panels. I expected a little more grandeur from the building materials.
Then as I head to “The Rocks” to learn about one of Sydney's oldest districts I am met by hoards of people and the overwhelming aroma of coffee. Coffee lovers eat your heart out, I've just walked into Aroma Fest. Mainly designed for the best of the best to show off their coffee skills. But don't fret if like me you don't drink coffee, there are chocolate ...
... on and announced that they were serving sandwiches. Anyway, it's churlish to grumble about being served too much food, and both the plane and the food were lovely. Normality was restored when they served breakfast a couple of hours before arriving into Sydney, about the time you'd actually want it, and we landed almost on ...