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After being woken up a few times overnight with the wind, we had a mini cyclone at about 6.30am! We thought we were going to loose our awning. John said we may as well stay in bed as we would be blown off the lake but I got up at 7am and it had calmed down a bit so John got up and we went out in boat to check our nets. It wasn't too bad on the water, a little blowy but saw some nice rainbows. The first few nets we pulled were empty ...
... night in Australia was spent in Sydney. From what I saw in my very short time there, Sydney is an exciting and stylish city. When I arrived after dark, there was a light show being cast on all of the buildings by the harbor, including the bridge and the famous opera house. I walked through numerous parks and small streets on my way to my hostel. From the rooftop terrace of my hostel, I watched the light show and talked to other travelers. I will definitely return to Sydney soon.
... got a wave from a roadside 3metre mango..
She bought Pineapple and Rambutans ( they look like hairy things off a sunburned dog )
Luckily they also did great coffee..
Not far North and we came across our first cane field ( sugar )
The highway runs up the coast and there was plenty ...
... what I had expected. The beaches here are just mud, similar to Washington, but muddier. Luckily there is a large free pool and grass area right on the waterfront for everyone to enjoy. We laid out here for the afternoon working on our tans. Our first day we just spent exploring the (very small) town and enjoying the sun. We had a tour booked for the next day and wanted to save all our energy for that!
Our first full day ...
... to the spectacular scenery everyone always tells us about.