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... on a water playground, we talked to a cockatoo and we saw the Sydney harbour bridge and the Opera house. "Mum, I'm excited to see the bridge." Lila We caught a bus into the city, then got a ride on a ferry to the other part of Sydney. We got off the ferry and went for a closer look at the Sydney harbour bridge, after that we went to a market and saw a lot of nice things, ...
... was having none of it, and despite the efforts of the waiter to slink round the back and take the customer from behind, he was eventually led away by other members of staff. Just as well, the Asian gentleman was indicating (who had been totally up for the fight himself, having taken off his watch and jacket - guy had obviously been here before) as he showed the manager what had been written on the back of the jacket - the name of a jujitsu club! Clearly he would have used his ...
... Hong Kong on the other hand is generally speaking alway hovering around the low to mid 30s but the humidity will be through the roof. When I start to head north the temperature will start to drop, however they are in the middle of their summer so the temperatures are very similar to ours at home, I have been checking over the last couple of weeks and found that scotland and Iceland temperatures are within a couple of degrees of home. whist in Hong Kong I have been ...
... done eating, we were given some free time to go across the Harbour to the little mall and do some souvenir shopping. You would think everyone was out of money, but no... SHOP they did! We hopped back on the motor coach and headed to our next stop - the Sydney Cricket Grounds where we learned about the age old sport of Cricket. Our guide took us into the indoor practice arena, and a couple of local boys were there to teach us how to play cricket. We first ...
... photo's and a bit of video! Our severe collateral rationalisation paid off with very little not fitting in, although our storage locker at Kennards is pretty full. The apartment is set up and everything unpacked so we leave for Lyon via Adelaide and Paris. It was a good chance to check out Rachel's commute so we walked to the light rail station at Jubilee Park and trundled into the city in 25 minutes. We then fought our way through the ...
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