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... he shows no interest due to his time with the RAF but its something he just can't get into. Unsurprisingly this blog is one of the shortest because there is not too much excitement to report plus Liam was given the pleasure of doing this blog! And it was only a day (a dull day haha). So there we have it, please await for our next blog regarding Sydney! Our final ratings are as follows.... Liam has no regrets in going to Canberra as we agreed we can't miss ...
... enough Burt Bacharach... it was time to hit the road and make an epic journey across three States to Adelaide. It would take two days of driving, but we heard Adelaide was worth it.
Our first stop for fuel was at a place called Wagga Wagga. When we pulled into the petrol station forecourt, it looked closed and we saw the proprietor taking various signs and forecourt accessories into the shop. "Are you open?" I ...
I made it! The flights were long, there were a few minor bumps along the way but here I sit in my home for the next four months! It is surreal to actually be here, getting everything together (and remembering which way to look first when crossing the road).
The trip from LA to Auckland was uneventful. After saying goodbye to my parents, crying a little bit in the airport and getting one last drink from Starbucks (they are not nearly as common ...
What can I say except that our day at the War Memorial was memorable and made us both proud of being Australian.
We arrived at 10.30am just in time for the tour of the World War 1 galleries, which took two hours and was incredible. So many soldiers lost in so many different wars, very well set out with different galleries for the different wars.
The unknown soldiers memorial was a representative of all unknown soldiers and looked ...
... that we've nearly reached the end of the bike tour. It will unfortunately also signal the end of the fun local questions at coke stops. After hearing that we started in Indonesia and rode the Outback, they usually follow with 'so is this supposed to be like... a holiday... for you?!' Following our rest day in Apollo Bay, we had a short 2-day run into Melbourne. The first stop was Torquay after 92km of the finest cycling along the Great Ocean Road. This was not the faux Great Ocean Road ...