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... there was just Ryan and Molly, but now Molly is one month away from introducing baby Clark into the world. Seeing our good friend with a big pregnant belly was a great reminder of how long we have been gone and how much has happened over the last year. Unsurprisingly, after 30 some hours awake, as soon as our heads hit our pillows we were out for the next 13 hours. We were back, we were safe, and we were all in one piece. Adventure was out there and we found it, now it is time to rest. ...
... and a snorkel on Shelly Point. Lush!!
Did a few chores and Skyped the families before heading to paddy's market and lunch in Chinatown. Yummy.....though maybe we ordered and ate a bit too much!!
Next stop the bridge! So we had uhmed and ahed about doing this as it was very expensive and very high! So we decided to just book it just an hour before doing it, leaving no chance to think about it. It ...
... and links and brought together friends, friends of friends, there friends and new friends and finish with a new little group. Well my family away from home is now made up of a eclectic bunch. Including a exs mate from school, showing you can escape to the other hemisphere and you still with a mutual friend of facebook back home can find someone who knows someone. Including a few added northerners and a american ...
Well after 24 hours of catching planes and sitting around in airports we finally arrived back to Sydney airport....and what a relief it was....it is always great to go away....and even nicer to come home! The kids certainly have been looking forward to coming home for the past week or so....and Katelyn has been missing Harvey ( Nanna and Grandpa's dog)! We had good flights and the 6 hours we spent in Hong Kong international airport did not seem as ...
... in the world. The first provisions of the British settlement were moved up from Botany Bay and landed on Sydney Cove (The Rocks) on 26th Jan 1788 and the rest is history. Sydney still has, particularly around the Rocks and Harbour Bridge area, many historical buildings dating back to the early days, with the new modern city of Sydney sparkling around them. We couldn’t wait to see it.
It was exciting to finally arrive there. We all squidged into the front seat of ...