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so seems that i must write a bit more for this website to publish my doggy photo, umm i guess i can do that. still waiting in the email from the guy so guess i can write a bit more. prob doesnt help me much but why not, it doesnt hurt. u can stop if you think its boring, i do. guess it imorove my typing as well, but then who knows really if this will help or not?
... the hustle and bustle below. Then got dressed up, and at about 5pm, went out onto the harbour edge and watched the crowds gather. Fascinating watching people board their yachts as if dressed for a wedding, interesting fashion show. Harbour cruise boats filled up with dinner guests, the boats lined up to load, then the people poured on, that boat would zoom off and another would pull up. Very hot sunny evening. We wondered if we should ...
... In the world and it is pretty darn good! The beaches were buzzing with Christmas gatherings and BBQs. We left our car near Spit Bridge so that when we got the bus back we could drive to a beach with BBQs. Chris & Nia cooked a gourmet BBQ - Chris got some strange looks from the Aussie guys who looked baffled by him putting vegetables on the BBQ. Father Christmas even turned ...
... Opera House is stunning but we weren't there for long when we were asked to leave by security guards telling us there was an emergency situation. Still we didn't make much of it and hopped onto the next bus to carry on the tour. We toured the city, again seeing a lot of Police and streets cordoned off but still had no idea on what was going on. We got off at Circular Quay, boarded the boat and were treated with amazing views ...
... through downtown Sydney including the business and shopping districts, then ended up at Darling Harbour. We walked around this fun area for a bit then walked all the way back to the Rocks. Then we hopped on a ferry to Manly Beach, where we had a very late lunch of absolutely amazing fish and chips, made with Barramundi fish which is Australia's national fish. It oddly started raining at that point after a bright and sunny day. We made our way back and did ...