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... found a tea shop instead!! On our way back we got to see the harbour starting to be lit up which was lovely. That night we met up with Chris, the American we met on our Fraser Island tour and headed out for a bite to eat in Chinatown. He happened to be staying at the hostel next to ours. The following day we had an early start as we booked on a trip to go and visit the Blue Mountains, with its famous bush walks and beautiful views over the valley. Called the 'grand ...
... least, unusual. On the contrary, it really seemed as if the presence of anyone not actually working there was a hinderance and got in the way of them packing and unpacking bundles of clothing. On three floors of stalls, crammed about a metre a part, were hundreds of dealers and in the time I walked around them I don't think I saw one item being sold.
I ran into to a local hanging around outside one of the markets and said ...
... minute I saw him sitting outside the bar I ran over to him, jumped over the rope barrier and gave him a massive hug. After I let go of the bear hug he looked at me and went ‘oh seriously soph, do you really need to cry?!’. We just went to a few bars around Sydney but spent most of the time catching up, we have had the pleasure of being friends for 10 years now, well he disagrees with the pleasure part, more like ...
... experience; watching the bodies burn on the River Ganges while watching children play in the water, while remains float by. From an outsiders perspective it's defies all logic but once you understand the culture and religion, it makes perfect sense. I reckon the more you see the more you understand. That is like anywhere. The countries that we spent more time understanding and experiencing, the more memorable they were.
Many places we visited and the sad things we've seen ...
... all day long. The walk provided respite from the never ending noise of Sydney. The views were nice without being anything to write home about. Again though the weather failed to aid the views or our comfort levels. It was one of those days where you were too warm with your coat on, to then find yourself being too cold once you had removed it...always an awkward time for most people. The weather cleared later in the day, temperatures rose and clouds disappeared to an extent. So ...
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