City East Motel
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... squeaked when you walked on it, and another was 90 miles long), curious wildlife (we actually had a wombat climbing in our open side door at one point that Jeremy had to boot out wielding a pasta jar) and a parade of 900+ little blue penguins back to their nesting site! Our next challenge is finding a place to park our Spaceship during the Easter break when the hoards of city folk stream to the beaches to enjoy the last remnants of summer. You may find us in a van down by the ...
... s defense, we hit a stretch of less than ideal weather and New Zealand is a tough act to follow. We arrived in Sydney fairly exhausted from our 4:00 am alarms and were grateful to find amenities that were not as readily available in New Zealand. Free wifi and food priced for locals not travelers, to name a couple. Sydney is a bustling city and seems to be growing fast. A double digit number of cranes scatter the skyline (I think we ...
... to great outdoor beer garden. A nod and a wink, or secret handshake gets you in. Not quite, but some do have a prohibition-era speakeasy vibe.]
We are staying with friends Steffi & Torsten in their apartment in Eureka tower, which is the tallest residential building in the Southern Hemisphere (or something life that). We are on the 59th floor and the view is spectacular. They have been very kind to put us up for 5 nights. It is ...
... t been since so I think we got them all. I can't explain how much of a problem ants are here. I don't think I've seen an ant for at least 10 years at home but they are bloody everywhere here. That was the first thing I said to Matty back in October. I will never live here, there's too many ants. I can cope with the spiders etc because you actually don't see any really but the ants are everywhere in your house, in your garden, in your cars. Everywhere!! So that's it for an ...
... of turning grief into a movement that can really change lives.
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