The Australian Heritage Hotel
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Back again after uneventful flights. Happy with Singapore airlines again. Had an 8 hour stop in Singapore that promised to be a real drag, but found out that transiting passengers are eligible for 40 Singapore dollars each in free services. So we got the vouchers and used them for a ...
... this whole thing winds down, here's some deep reflection on the whole experience:
- I'll miss the fact that my friends are just a short walk and an elevator ride away. I won't miss the shear awkwardness in the elevator.
- I'll miss surfing. I won't miss being a bus ****** with the board.
- I'll miss Laura and Selbys baking. I won't miss the guilt associated to my lack ...
... the apartment that has tennis courts, swimming pools, basketball courts and anything you can think of that is all open to the public. Its huge and there is areas to just stroll around and then there's activities areas. This was a nice thing to see in an area because it allows people to enjoy the outdoors for free! After this we headed to the Sydney Harbor Bridge where we walked across it. It was very high up and I was scared most of the time but enjoyed it. For dinner ...
... on surfing I promise. It's something you'd have expected me to say by now, but I've held off. I hope I don't offend anyone when I say this but, you see, some people say it when all they can really do is stand up on a big old floaty foam board on broken waves a few metres from the beach. When I say it, I mean it. I mean catching a clean unbroken wave and surfing the face as it continuously breaks. I mean achieving something that feels awesome, like you tamed the ocean. And ...
Set the 'no surf all dissertation work' plan into action after a brief lie in on the first day of mid term break. Unfortunately though I was quickly distracted by ringing adventure companies in the blue mountains about abseiling and canyoning tours. The next hour or so saw me drain another triple figure sum from the MasterCard, commit to a half 5 get up the next morning, smash an omelette and jump on the 395 to Maroubra Beach. Oh well, settlement in ...