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... we'll be at the school. Alyssa's heart is aching at the prospect of being separated from her friends, but hopefully her mind will thank us in the long term.
- The second best way to meet people is to head for the parks and stalk dogs. Lorelei in particular has honed this tactic. The parks are teeming with dogs of all shapes and sizes, though two breeds seem to dominate: Australian cattle dogs (go figure) and English staffordshire terriers. Most ...
... beaten track from Sydney city centre including surry hills and its cafe culture. Although the harbour bridge and opera house are hard to beat. She now lives out here and hearing about the oz teachers starting salary almost knocked me off my feet. School finishes at 3 and just to top it off holidays are allowed in term time after 5 years working she tells me?!! WFPS did you hear that?! Dinner in a yacht club with family friends ...
Today we are off to explore some of Syndey landmarks. So we took the ferry from Circular Quay to Watson's Bay. The ferry turned out to be a sea cat, it was just like being on a speed boat. The sea in Sydney Harbour is quite choppy, so it just bounced along. At the start of the ferry landing stage there are a couple of restaurants. We thought we would stop at one and have a coffee I asked for a Café Americano and a black iced coffee. Sylvia got a white iced coffee ...
... free maps to navigate during the day. As we headed off, we noticed the Lego tree we had heard so much about and decided to have a quick wander through the city centre, surrounded by thousands of Christmas shoppers.
Westfield was clearly doing well for itself over the festive period and we headed toward Hyde Park where we caught a few people playing chess with overly sized pieces and stopped by St Mary's church before strolling along to the ...
... with a cocktail in hand to complete the blog, with only a few days left to update. The clouds were thickening as we watched the storm brew and blow towards us. The lightening flashes started long before the first clap of thunder at 5.50pm, this sent the birds berserk and flew away in their droves. Sat in comfort still in the dry on the balcony to watch the storm unfold, getting closer & louder but by 6.10pm the storm was in full force and ...