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... I don't know why, but I get ever so excited when I see a shop full of sweets in jars) I kept it together though as it was a tad pricey and I knew what I was looking for and out of the corner of my eye I spotted it! UK produced confectionary products, in my opinion a Godly light should have burst through the ceiling at that moment and shone brightly onto the wonders below accompanied by the singing of angels, but no I just went over and almost cried with joy. Alas I could only afford ...
Packing is under way, I'm actually impressed at how many clothes I've squished into my bag and that it all only ways 13kgs, that has to be some sort of record.. It is in my family anyway. Getting psyched now, only 3 sleeps and I'll be on my way. Picked my seats for my flights, always go window seat in case something interesting pops up. I'm hoping its light when I get into Dubai ...
... The Aboriginal people have specific names for the Three Sisters and our guide told us them but I'm not sure how they are spelt or what they mean. The view of the valley and mountain range was pretty amazing. It is called the Blue Mountains because on hot sunny days they actually do look blue. This is in part due to the Blue Gum Tree and the process of evaporation which leaves blue particulates in the air. Heather and I grabbed a quick snack and a hot chocolate since it was ...
... We are making progress with him and he's starting to learn that you can't always win every time. Let's hope by the time we leave, we've taught him it's ok to lose sometimes!
The weather has been great, cold nights and early mornings, but perfectly sunny days. We have the caravan parked on the front lawn and I thought we would freeze, but it's been great. The weather was also perfect for the Royals when they came, (see previous blog about that amazing experience) as ...
... to hike, but finally relented and agreed to a cup of tea at one. We then drove off to Govett's Leap where we started our second Blue Mountains hike. It was actually quite spectacular and also since it went a considerable way down into the canyon, rather tiring as we walked back up the trail. At one we presented ourselves to Rob and his wife Sandra. Of course, they had a full meal for us. Just a bit of chicken wings and cauliflower and ...