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... and the Dandenongs".
We depart from the pier heading towards the Dandenong Ranges and pass vast forests of Eucalyptus and arrive at the quaint township of Belgrave. We board Puffing Billy, a vintage, narrow-gauge steam train which is over 100 years old. This train is popular for children and adults alike and all school age children get to ride on this train. They sit at the rails with their feet dangling. We had a wonderful ride and ...
... The whole harbour was touched in colorful lights and the firework effects on the bridge were fantastic. The total spectacle lasted for exactly 12 minutes. Then the crowd started to head back to town. We had a long way back and finally ended up back home at 3.00 in the morning. It was a great atmosphere one should see once in a life, but it's a special way of celebrating the new year and quite different to Europe. ...
... like to stay and carry on teaching at ELC for the next few months. So I’ve finally agreed after awkwardly rejecting another school I was meant to work for in January. ELC is a bit like Ardmore but better and it’s cool to hang out with teachers, none of this wishing to be an activity leader business! haha
- Home Sweet Home
... the road so we bought an opal card (like the Oyster cards in London) and headed off into Sydney centre! Under the guidance of the flamboyant man in the cafe we had lunch, we took the train in the Circular Quay, as we were 'sure to never forget your first time going into that station'. And he wasn't wrong, greeted with first the sight of Sydney harbour bridge, then the harbour and opera house it really was amazing. Immediately we turned ridiculously tourist and ...
Stayed around Sydney Harbour today as the weather forecast was for intermittent rain. We started off in Darling Island for breakfast with Mei and Maxi. Then Christine and me moved to Darling Harbour where we had a light lunch before catching the Ferry from Darling Harbour to Circular Quay. We then walked around the quay and onto Sydney Opera House and then through to The Botanical Gardens which unfortunately ...