Quality Inn The Willows
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... on the kind of adventure we have always dreamed of. Ironically, like many in our position, after our big adventure we still won't have caught up with our kids', already extensive, travel exploits! So the journey begins from our lounge room in Kincumber NSW to Turkey, England and then into the blue beyond (hopefully not Titanic style) cruising the UK, Iceland , North and South America, Easter Islands, Tahitian, Samoa, NZ and much much ...
... wooden handle into shape while I take apart the filters and use plumbers tape to tighten those leaky joints. The dj is playing mostly songs I have never heard in this top 100. Some of them even sound like 'noise' I reason and I have become my parents. This veggie system is going to be brilliant when it's done and given the patent and a successful launch there is no reason that this time next year I won't be a millionaire. We come to the end of another track ...
... of a nana and pa next to us who marched off shaking there heads as everyone else stared transfixed at the chimp madness. In the afternoon, back at our apartment, Amy and I duck out for a quick visit to the Vinnies store around the block and pick up a couple of bargains. Tops, a dress and a big tin of Ello, which will come in handy as the drizzly rain has now started and we are stuck inside tonight. Cheese platter is now ...
... she thought the ball went out and stopped the whole game and got told off by the umpire - hilarious! Overall a great day out and even managed to top up our tans.
On Saturday we spent the morning at the Sydney Festival in Hyde Park, there were lots of shows and comedians playing throughout the day and Festival Village where there were food stalls and live music. Really enjoyed sitting in the sun, listening to music and eating good food. We walked ...
We set out to explore some of Sydney's aboriginal history. First we went to the craft market at the Rocks area which as with all craft markets was a mix of the mediocre with one or two gems. We had lunch in the botanic gardens - Sydney apparently had been descended on by hoards of people today so everywhere had run out of food & cold drinks. We visited the Aborigine art section at ...