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So, towards the end of my trip, I don't think I was in any state to write anything that wasn't incredibly depressing and in a mood where I was feeling deeply sorry for myself. I think when you travel extensively, it's hard to think of things in perspective. I couldn't see my past and the amazing times I'd had, and the beautiful people I had met and appreciate my great rush of emotions and feeling in any perspective. All I could think about was the future and ...
... had to wait around for about 45 minutes before it opened and then there was a massive scramble to get in the queue. As we were there fairly early we were near the front of the queue and everyone was going through pretty simply this time so the queue went down quickly. There wasn’t too much of a wait between checking in and boarding so we just grabbed some water and some sweets and went and sat by the gate. Boarding started at about 00.20am and so we were ...
... an ideal place to go to get clothes for the races as neither of us had anything suitable to wear. We went in to more charity/op shops than we have every been in our whole lifetime! With a little bit of help from Rosie who worked in a suit shop Matt was able to get a complete outfit including shoes and jacket for around £15 and kate spent around £20... result! Our next evening out we were invited to our friend joshes flat who we met ...
... Uncle Kenneth. All very social and great fun!
Tomorrow presents another key moment in our integration. Matt starts work with Transfield and the office is just the other side of the park from which we will live. He will spend the first two weeks in the Sydney office and then spend time travelling to the other offices in Australia and New Zealand. Not quite the relaxed break he was planning before getting back into the world of work but having some money coming ...
... days simply walking around the streets, getting to grips with the city and seeing the sites... Obviously the most famous landmarks such as the Opera house and Harbour bridge. Given the weather was kind, we saw these amazing landmarks at their finest. There were points when you couldn't quite believe what was before you. Compared with the likes of Birmingham and London back home, the cities in Australia are so relaxed. Yes they are busy but the people and the way of life ...