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Still buzzing from our day in the mountains, we started our day in the aquarium, which was awesome. Loads of stuff to see, ranging from freshwater fish and animals, including a platypus - tres cute - to tropical fish and sharks. (AND I found Nemo - hurrah!) Apologies for the photography - taking photos through glass and into water doesn't tend to lead to great photos!
We then spent the rest of ...
... we were meeting Tom Wall there at 2 pm for lunch. Tom arrived with his long curly hair tied back into a small bun and looking very well. We had a light liquidy lunch!!!! We left Tom at about 4.30 he was of to meet a mate from school and we had to go get ready for the opera. La Boheme at the Sidney Opera House....of course! Fortunately they had English sub titles and it was most enjoyable, a bit of culture on this Saturday night. Off to the Blue Mountain tomorrow with my ...
... lot easier with our bags too. We got to the airport three hours before the flight. We checked in again using the self service machines again. It works fine but didn't print our boarding passes. We went to the counter and found out it was because of the visa conditions. As a tourist you don't need a visa for 90 days in New Zealand if you have an exit ticket. So we needed to show her our Japan flight in ...
... best fireworks display I have ever seen in my life and I am so glad I had my whole family there to share it with me. Our family has always loved watching fireworks displays growing up, so it was great to be able to share the greatest one with them.
With the evening over and us back on solid ground, we migrated towards the subway (which was worse than New York during rush hour) and eventually made it back to our beds. What a great night. HAPPY AND HEALTHY 2015 ...
... of the stress this modern life produces and to reconnect our spirit, soul and body with a sense of rest, joy and peace - not a care in the world. Which is appropriate at Christmas, isn't it?
We are currently in Sydney and it hasn't been quite as peaceful as the last two places... we've been visiting the city and doing a bit of Christmas shopping. I must say though that without pressure the stress of the big city doesn't get to you... We've bought lots of goodies ...