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... on staged by the crews
directors. It’s normally a good laugh. Well, Place went to the loo and I
couldn’t resist the opportunity to nominate her. A couple of the bar staff came
up to say they couldn’t believe what I had done. When they called her name,
Place was not happy Jan. They had to get two crew to drag up stage. The crowd
saw the funny side. Place actually went quite well, lasted over one and a half
minutes. I was ...
... amp;R before heading back the Moore Park to the Hordern Pavillion were 1,700 bashers were royally entertained and dined. Special guest was Dick Smith who started the original bash 30 years ago presented the cup to the highest state fund raiser and Victoria was just pipped at the post by Queensland.
It was an amazing night with some great entertainment and the venue was a tremendous place to hold so many people.
... decker bus into town. We had a great view of the Sydney Opera House from the top of the bus as we crossed the Harbor Bridge into Sydney.
We got off at the first stop and made our way to Darling Harbor. I was surprised how well I knew my way and recognized so many things. It was only 2 years since we were there, but it seemed like yesterday. On the way I looked for a place I could get a pre-paid phone card ...
... when you'll be back in Sydney again. I'll be keeping in contact with friends that I made from the running club, work and my apartment so I'll see them when I'm next back, but who knows when that is. I've had a brilliant, crazy, amazing time living and working in Sydney, but now is the time to move on and the holiday to Bali is definitely perfect timing, to pack up and move on for the next adventure in Australia. I write this at the ...
... Nimbin. My last day in Sydney (and Australia) I spent trying to tick all those touristy things off my list. I got a hop on hop off bus ticket (which turned out to be a waste of time) and went exploring. First stop was The Rocks, a kind of old town part near Circular Quay. There's lots of interesting history here and there was a nice weekend market, so I hopped off for a look. After this, I didn't manage to catch up with the bus again. It was either going in the ...