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... wouldn't have made any difference. We had wanted to see some of Sydney that the tourists don't see so our first stop was the local ATM in a small parade of shops so we could post back to the UK a box of souvenirs etc that would take us over the luggage allowance for the internal flights we will have here in Australia. Then we took a drive through the local nature park through winding roads surrounded by eucalyptus trees ...
... of leaves I wouldn't know the name off. Delicious. The rest of the afternoon was pretty chilled! I led in the sun/cloud for a while and took a dip with some of the others. The waves were surprisingly big and knocked us over a few times. Not quite a warm as I expected it to be but it is Autumn time now down under. Later we returned to the hostel for some dinner. Nothing terribly exciting happened tonight either. Still on the mens from an action packed New ...
... unhurried and we could hear everything Pam our guide was telling us.What an amazing place and definitely one of the places well worth seeing. We went for a coffee and a bite to eat,at one of the opera cafes,then took a few more photos before we moved off site!!! We then started to walk through the botanical gardens,which are very close to the opera house.Again, it was brilliant because we could ...
... time. And here I was humming this song in my head on repeat, and wondering how the hell would I get to the airport. As luck would have it, managed to get a cab, hoped in and zipped to the airport. Having dealt with enough drama, i knew these were signs for an excellent trip (atleast i was hoping so).
Nine hours, couple of wines already in the system and some really bad Thai food, i was ready to take over Sydney! A different feeling altogether to land ...
... country, with all the previous whistlestops you didn’t really get a feel for the country as a whole; at least with Australia I’ll be able to see it all, in all it’s glory, everywhere – well, the east coast anyway.
For those who read the previous blog on Fiji I’ve now uploaded some photos to the post for you all to enjoy. In the meantime, Ciao for now!
(Ps. to Tom & Katie, your mum Jen is a smart lady - 19/20 just now in the quiz, ooh la la)