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... inside the famous Sydney Opera House! We walked around with our champagne flutes feeling very fancy and privileged in the "sail" of the Opera House. After the ballet was over, we perused the gift shop and picked up some souveniers and postcards. Then we took very touristy pictures in front of the Opera House, posing with signs and Jason and Felicia having fun doing "Dirty dancing" lifts for the camera. On our way back to the Ferry, we were entertained for a bit by a ...
... of the nearby seats. Great in the afternoon when real birds are washing themselves in the fountain's water.
Of interest nearby: The State Library of NSW, the Botanic Gardens, The Art Gallery of NSW, Martin Place, NSW State Parliament buildings, Hyde Park, Supreme Court of NSW building, Hyde Park ...
Day 1 - It wasn't the best start to the Australian leg of the adventure, I was quite badly sick as the plane was landing. Fortunately a lot of people in the surrounding seats volunteered their sick bags. We got the train from the airport to the hostel.. It is not a very easy system to use, especially compared to Hong Kong. But we did eventually get there. We were so tired after our overnight flight we had to force ourselves to stay awake. We walked down ...
... seat was not restricted at all, it was a bit high up, but nowhere near as bad as I had imagined.
I lack the words to fully describe how great the show was, it was phenomenal, everything about it was just superb. Felt extremely lucky to have had the opportunity to have experienced an evening at the Opera House.
... error and crouching to knees instead of going straight onto your feet. Joe described it once, after having watched me catch a wave he didn't, that my wetsuit clad bottom wiggling around as I was finding my balance on my hands and knees reminded him of the sea turtles in Hawaii - that was until my concentration/grip broke and my bottom slowly fell sideways to be replaced by the underside of my board! Anyway, after a lot of big mouthfuls of sea water I was getting the hang of surfing ...