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... toast which is all we've had for weeks! We then headed down to circular quay for lunch - well ice cream at the Guylian cafe and then wandered round the botanical gardens and back to the hostel. A brief rest and then to the cinema to see The Other Woman which turned our to be really funny. Then back to the hostel again for a healthy dinner but staple in any backpackers diet - super noodles! Then 'twas bedtime ...
... very impressive. Maddz and I raced each other up the stairs and after a countdown from 3-2-1 we both touched it at the same time (don't ask). After a couple of photo opportunities we grabbed a quick drink and got back on the bus. Our next stop was Bondi Beach. The weather had got worse and the rain was literally torrential. We had a lovely lunch and the visibility was terrible. I've only seen friends photos and I've always been very jealous, but today I didn't feel ...
... Dad I think
would like to be excited for us and perhaps on some levels he is but he
worries. All the ‘what ifs’ and that list can be endless with a well developed
We make our way tentatively out of Sydney and head for the
mountains. Kin keeps calling.
Aunty Claire lives in Leura and I have a baby niece to cuddle
and soak up as much of as possible as we won’t see her for some time.
This is me and the Newcastle girls at the Opera Bar for Robyn’s birthday. I also ended up going back there the next day to meet the guide from the Sydney Harbour bridge just for a catch up and pointers on good restaurants and places to go in Sydney. I went there earlier than I did with the girls so I managed to watch the sunset, naturally took some pictures of it!
I have also managed at last to find myself an apartment!!!! Woooohoooo, I feel so ...
... tall ships and even helicopters and the Airbus A330 doing a flyover, which terrified those of us that didn’t know that this was part of the celebration. Back on dry land and Sydney was getting pretty busy with the celebrations ramping up and before long the happy family atmosphere was fast becoming a drunken mess so we decided to slope off and celebrate at home with La Toya and to watch the day unfold on the news.
We got back to our house, put ...