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... after spending our morning in the sun drying our clothes after making the most of our free washing machine.
We got a shuttle to our hostel which was a little intimidating as there was lots of people playing football on the court which was central to the hostel and many benches around the hostel filled with people. We liked it though everywhere was very clean and we had a kitchen so we were pleased about that. We got some lunch and ...
The Indian Pacific is one of the world's most iconic train journeys to experience whilst travelling within Australia. The route includes the world’s longest straight stretch of railway track, and travels over 4,352km from Sydney to Perth. I decided to experience this well known train from Sydney to Adelaide, a total of 1,696km and taking a total of 24.5 hours excluding any travel delays.
From Sydney’s ...
... hoping to either get in shot or get shouted at - I didn't achieve either. The surf shack of whatever is now was all set up so I made my way up there to take some pictures and to see if Alf Stewart was still around. Yes Alf is around but wasn't filming - gutted. So my trip on the bus was worth it. The rest of the day I ambled around Collaroy Beach, made some dinner and headed over to the local to watch the first of the NRL finals - there was a good atmosphere and ...
... by then been christened Beatrice, or bea for short which came about because she sounded like a bee as we drove, little, but very loud! We arrived back in the city not long after 6pm and after returning the car to the rental car park we were ready to freshen up and head out for some food. Tonight we decided to explore Chinatown as it was super close to our hostel, so we found a restaurant there and had some delicious Chinese before heading back to the hostel for ...
... players was behind us and gave us some insider information. The show had a short first section followed by a just too long second one. Caleb got pretty tired as did I until one of the percussionists took a huge wooden mallet and struck it down ******* to some sort of wooden box - the whole place woke up. The second act even had some cow bell!!! Fun to be part of this as I am sure it was thrilling for the young adults to be playing the Opera House. Late night but ...
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