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... to eat and drink. Right now we are sitting down (in the Qantas Club) and I am writing this post :)
It is currently 5:14pm and we will start going on the plane at 5:45pm, and leave at 6:30pm. We have to sit on a boring flight for about 10 hours (I think)
I'll do another blog post in about 2 days.
P.S. my mum thought of the name "up up and ...
... offers a panoramic view of the harbor and a peek of the pacific ocean, with a plethora of sails maneuvering the bay surfs.
The view is framed by the northern and southern heads and extends to Middle Harbour and Manly as well.
After enjoying the view for a while, relaxing, and bottling the fresh air, walked back and was just on time to grab the 244 shuttle back to York Street in the city.
Hope you enjoyed the journey!!!
... it was hard to get a good view of the Opera House, partly because it was also part of the light show and it had colours dancing all over it. Still we watched it for a while before getting too cold and tired and in need of a nice hot drink. So we located a Gloria Jean's and Becky called her mom. It was early still when we got back to the room, but we stuck the TV on and watched a film despite Becky's protests that we should play cards... maybe another ...
... it?" "Okay, great. I'm going to go ahead and get the baked potato." "Thanks." Take it, or leave it, it was funny when it happened. We hope you were able to picture this.
The end of our Sydney trip had come though, and Mom and Squish were heading off to Townsville to teach their course. We had a week on our own before we met up for some more shena****ns in Melbourne. Melbourne round 2 as some may call it.
Until next time,
Fed & Skutes.
... to see one of Australia’s most famous surfing spots and views of the ocean. We just so happened to stumble upon a “Hop On, Hop Off” tour bus that would take us just where we were itching to go; so, we bought 2 tickets and “Hopped On" . Now, let me set the scene for ya. We are now riding a double decker, bright red bus with the Australian flag painted on the side of it. The top deck (where we were sitting) has no top and is ...