Quest Cronulla Beach
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I woke up this morning at 1am by my brother, Oliver. He was breathing heavily and it was so loud. I could not get to sleep for about 1 hour, so I decided to block my ears and try to go back to sleep, it worked.
We (Mum,Dad and I) woke up at 7:30 in the morning, we had a busy day ahead of us.
We all left to go to the airport at 3pm and we got there ...
... hidden tunnels and a strategic look out point during the war.
I also need to mention that even in the beginning of the walk, the sides of the trail were lined with stones mentioning the name of the ships and the date when they were sunk during the war by the Japanese. Of the many, the only name that stands in my mind is HMAS Vampire, a peculiar name, but unfortunately junk during the war.
Further down the trail, I see ...
... in different colours, and, as we soon learnt, image. The harbour was heaving with people, often gathered around one building or another and watching the light show. One building featured a lighting show that featured photographic projections and optical illusions that were seriously impressive. Using light they made the building crack and then vines grew all over it. It was very cool. Then we caught our first glimpse of the Opera House. It's ...
... picture this, it's literally Skutes flying from wall to wall, floor to roof, and being flipped over our instructors knee to try and control him, which of course just made him go face first into the wall again. All in all it ended up being a great day.
6. Manly Beach:
Not much happened here, but we were able to go experience Manly with one of Squish's long lost pals. We had some drinks, played some pool, and rode a couple ferries. It was a good night ...
... s designed to represent rocks coming up out of the water and the roof represents clouds floating above (basically it’s meant to be an extension of the Earth itself), the roof consists of over 1 million individual pieces that change color based on the natural light around them, and they had to be put together on the ground or they would never be able to stay together, there were actually 2 architects who designed the Sydney Opera ...