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This morning our Pastor began his sermon with the following illustration:
A young 10 year old boy approached his pastor one day and said "pastor, I want to be used by God. I want to learn Chinese so I can speak to the Chinese people"
So he went off and applied himself to learn Chinese and now many years down the track he is in our fellowship and is an interpreter in one of our churches ...
... have our room ready.
After settling in, a trip to the supermarket was in order.Luckily, the supermarket is only 4 blocks away. Suitably stocked up, Sharon went off to meet up with Carol and the florist. All sorted.
A trip to Circular Quay finished off the day, with a return ferry trip to Darling Harbour. Has been a long day, and the softness off a pillow is beckoning seductively.
... got on the train to find out again I was on the wrong line and would have to change trains at Newcastle. After informing me mum she arranged to meet me at broadmeadow station. The train ride was quite pleasant after leaving the city of Sydney behind me. As I was looking out the window I finally saw the image I had imagined of Australia. Lots of cliffs, rivers and the outback. Really looking forward to seeing my mum after 6 ...
... a simple and grubby double bed room but had the advantage of a great view of the opera house and bridge, and was far enough away from the other inmates so as to not wake us up. We immediately went to bed and waited for Mr Gilmore (a good friend of mine from University) to come and wake us up upon his arrival.
I really have to hand it to Mr Gilmore – from here on to be referred to as Joe -, despite his earlier reassurances that we could stay at ...
... off eucalyptus leaves (hence the name of this blog). We even saw some of the country’s most deadliest snakes and spiders. Although we tried to use passes given to us be zoo animals on the street, and got told we were stealing from a charity, it was well worth the trip.
Little did we know there was some of Wild Australia in our own home. As Canadians we never had to deal with ...
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