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... of the winner, Nico Rosberg at the end of the race when the crowd was let loose on the track.
After that I rented a car along with Kim and drove the Great Ocean Road to Adelaide. It's absolutely stunning right up until the point where the Great Ocean Road comes to an end, then I thought it was relatively boring and flat from that point on until around Lake Alexandria and Victor Harbor where we ...
... that Wills and Kate have followed us to Oz! We didn't get a glimpse of them this time, but we heard the roaring crowds as they must have emerged. In fact, they later found us surfing in Manly a few days later, but we'll come onto that in a bit.
Whilst in Sydney we walked over the Harbour Bridge at night, where you can find amazing views of the city skyline and Opera House – on the way back we had a drink in 'The Rocks’ (the ...
... the architecture of the palaces, forts, castles and the Taj Mahal that we visited ? You need to visit these buildings to appreciate them, as words do not do them justice. All I can say is that the contrast of the countryside was spectacular and we had wonderful travel companions to explore magical India with. It was a very rewarding holiday and lots of wonderful memories.
3. Tony ("Slim")
What can I say about our holiday to India? It was fantastic with ...
... on the first Thursday of every month at 13.00 so we were on the right place at the right time!
We hopped off the ferry at Circular Quay, the same station where we took it. Just to grab a taxi and go straight to the Parliament.
The Parliament tour was run by a really good guide that made it quite entertaining. The first stop was in the Lower House where you have all seats in green. Since Sydney is not the capital city of Australia (itīs Canberra) they use the Lower ...