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... for a birthday dress. We wandered for hours going into every 'cheap' shop I could find but, as always happens to me, because I actually needed something I found nothing. We decided to give up, Adam did very well to traipse after me for so long lol, and went to Darling Harbour for happy hour where almost every bar had deals on wine and beer. We went to two bars and then walked back to the hostel and spent the night googling jobs and flats in ...
... has over 300 spoken languages.
Another interesting activity that I did was I took a tour of
The Rocks, which was the birthplace of Australia and is located in Sydney. Fun fact, Australia was built by convicts
which all contributed their skills that helped make the city what it is today. Australians
also originally come from a British culture so some street names are old
British Queens and Kings and some of their lingo is similar to ...
... every day very exciting. I have plenty of time to read books and to learn more about the people and culture of the countries I’m visiting. I few friends asked me recently if I’m not tired of travelling and the answer is NOT AT ALL :-))). I am having the time of my life and I have to remind myself every day how fortunate I am to be able to do this!!! After a wonderful time in South America, I am now ready to explore Asia. All the best ...
One boat, 2435 people, 10 days. Sounds scary doesn't it?
Joking, this is where my holiday started.
On a 10 day get away through the ocean to visit the beautiful pacific islands, myself and my family went into the sunset. The singing, dancing, swimming and entertaining began as soon as we stepped onto the "Rhapsody of the Seas".
Parties every night, amazing people, friendly ...
... But finally I did arrive at "The Rocks" the historical part of Sydeny with small upper class houses (10 million dollar apartements) and nice little cafés near the skyscrapers, where you think you can feel the spirit of former times and see kings and queens walking around in your mind's eye..But actually you couldn't be more false..Not so long ago (because when we're talking about "history" here, we mean that ...