Rydges Camperdown Sydney
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... talked about focusing on what we want and how we can change the way we think in order to change the way we live. We also talked about what a comfort zone is on our way out to repelling to get everyone pumped up to at least try. There was quote on the wall from a previous People to People ambassador that I really liked: "there is no such thing as a comfort zone, just a zone of limitation." While one group was repelling, the other group had to use ...
... and became very chatty. She tempted us with the dessert menus and how could I resist the Bailey's Creme Brulee? Fletcher chose a Lime Souffle which turned out to be solid icecream in a souffle dish However, it was tangy and delicious. We had a sticky to wash it down and a very pleasant time in the afternoon sunshine.
We got the ferry and train back to the airport and Went to the Domestic Terminal to catch the flight to ...
... sworn the radio said the Australian dollar is buying 94.3. Oh, well, I suppose the bank knows what it’s doing.”
Old Killer Dupree went looking for her wedding shoes afterwards. She found them in a shoe shop in The Dymoks Building, Sydney but won’t show them to me. I don’t mind. The wait is almost over.
Bye bye Faraway Eyes. You are the one and only thing I’m truly looking forward to when I fly back home to ...
... We did a good walk around the cliffs and saw a few waterfalls, before tucking into a rather British summer style picnic in the rain. We then went to look around the Blue Mountains tourist information centre, clearly Jimmy's wet weather plan. Here we got to watch a video of what we were supposed to be looking at! That night we went to watch the Vivid displays at Circular Quay. Here they had different animated displays projected onto the Opera House, the bridge and a ...
Hmmm, well I didn't quite get the sleep in I was hoping for. I rang reception before bed requesting an 8am wake up call. Clearly they got confused and gave me a 6am wake up call instead. Since I was now awake, it made more sense to get up and get ready rather than lie there and try to drop off to sleep again.
I was actually planning to fly to Melbourne today instead of Sydney, since the passenger loads are much more agreeable (for business class anyway). When I checked ...
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