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... of Sydney, trust me to arrive at rush hour too! She eventually replied, she was originally meant to be meeting me at the station but she clearly couldn't really be bothered so just sent me the address and I found my own way there. I made my way from the station across a few streets, it was pretty dull and miserable in the rain and I wasn't feeling too happy about being back in a busy city. It's such a nightmare trying to get places with a big rucksack and another full carry ...
... and the natives were seen as neither friendly or rich, so it was not until 1770 that Cook claimed Australia for the British when he charted the eastern coast.
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... I'm sure you're feeling sorry that all of this sounds like a lot of effort...right...maybe? But don't anyways, we've still managed to fit in a lot of wining and dining, walks around the city, watching films and catching up with TV at home - the big fat quiz of the year most noticeably. We've also been out to the southern beaches of Coogee and Bondi, taking time to do the coastal walk between the two which was beautiful. A little different to the MSW this was closer to ...
... us firmly in the mood for the next day and the big climb.
Wednesday 24th December 2014
This is easily going to be one of the most memorable Christmas Eve's we'll ever have for a long time.
We got up early and headed down to the 'Blue Bananas' cycle shop for our tour on electric bikes. The guys we met were really nice and fortunately for us, we were the only ones on the 10:00 AM tour. The bikes were incredible. As soon as there was ...
... there was a lift to cart it up top and the feeling of relax and unwinding enveloped us as we saw what a gem we had to settle ourselves into for the next 2 weeks. Only having an hour to park, we were soon back out again to return Bertha to its bay in Mascot. Not too long a drive away, but we seemed to have spent more time at the stop traffic lights on our way thru, also needing to find a petrol station to fill up before we handed her back. Having completed ...