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I can't speak on my wife's behalf, but I love Sydney. Sure it's a touch cold and yes, I suppose it's just like a hundred other cities, but there is something about Sydney that I've only found in a handful of places although it would be hard to pinpoint exactly what that was. We grabbed some internet this morning at a cafe and then withdrew the solitary $10 that we submitted to our Australian bank accounts when we arrived in Melbourne, ...
... to their lovely abode. We did a couple things here in Sydney, all which have their own little tale. So here goes nothing:
1. 4-D Movie at the Sydney Tower Eye:
We paid $25 each for this once in a lifetime experience! Expectations were so high going into this, as we thought it would be an MGM studios kind of deal. We learnt however, that it is NOT! We repeat NOT comparable! It is flipping 4 minutes long. In those 4 minutes this was our ...
... a consistency closer to a crab cake and a very unique taste that I really can’t describe. I’ve never had anything like it before. It wasn’t gamey or fishy, and it wasn’t quite as chewy as alligator. Alligator doesn’t really have much of a taste to me, but crocodile definitely had a flavor all to its own. We then had a piece of Chocolate Dome Cake for desert which had several different kinds of ...
... spot and then was too hungry to keep searching. I had a lovely sushi dinner but it wasn't as social as I was hoping. It was fun to see another part of town and walk around! I saw a big bat fly into a tree, sit there and eat awhile then fly off! I was so mesmerized by it. At first I thought maybe it was a monkey of some kind but then I saw it was upside down and definitely not a monkey. I tried to take pictures of it but couldn't really get ...
... Some commuters couldn't wait until they got home and had cracked open a beer on the boat. Back in Manly, we made a dash to the supermarket before heading to the bus stop. Unfortunately, we took forty seconds too long and missed the last 169 of the day. We watched in dismay as it drove off into the distance. Luckily, we were able to improvise by taking another bus to the bottom of Beacon Hill and walking the last couple of ...