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... than anything else!! I had also got rid of the stupid car in the morning and booked a flight to Melbourne !! Tomorrow on route to another new city, again another expensive city and no idea what the hell I was going to get up to! My new tour guide ;) wouldn't tell me and wanted to keep the element of surprise !! I was quite interested in which city would win in the 'Sydney vs Melbourne' debate... Who knows, will find out soon ...
... phone number in case anything goes wrong during my stay and stayed with me until I got my luggage - thank god for such awesome flying buddies !! Surprisingly the food was not half bad on the plane... first we had dinner which was chicken and rice then I feel asleep and woke up to a chick salad sandwich and then about 2 hours before we landed in Sydney I had breaky which was pancakes - all pretty good for microwave food ! I slept more than I ...
... off the day at Brickfield's Breakfast with Lex, After that headed to the Glebe markets where i gathered some good things I got a leather jacket for $12, a candle for the girls letting me stay with them, some flannel shirts, jewelry (of course) haha and trinket things. Headed to a place called Clipper Cafe and got some delicious juice, alot of places are on a health kick here in Australia and they have juice places everywhere! Headed to Victoria Park which is a local ...
... a few extra printed out to keep handy...saved me a good $15 this time around. The next few hours were spent replacing my Ipad which was on the fritz. It started a consistent loop of turning on and dying my second last day in NZ. Thank God (and my mother) for extended warranty. I wasn't sure how salvageable the rest of my first day would be after a disappointing start, but my luck took a turn for the better.
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... Chinese costume and it gave the gardens such a sense of charm, as they wandered about these tranquil paths.
It's a haven really and it's situated right in the heart of the busy harbour. People propped up against rocks, peacefully reading, oblivious to the world around them. People painting water-colours of the lakeside views and pensioners sitting, hand in hand, just staring at the colours before ...