Sydney Lodge Motel
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... to go and can’t believe I’ve been here for two weeks! It feels a lot longer than that. Off to a new country just in time, as we’re all very tired so it’ll be like a whole new trip and maybe rejuvenate our energy. It’s going to be a LOT colder than Australia though, so I’m ready to bundle up for the snow and rain!
Can’t wait to see you guys in just over a week!
... to visit us when we were children with weird and wonderful things. When she met me in Sydney she had a present for me which was a set of Pandora charms for my bracelet that she had noticed the previous day. The crazy thing about this is Sydney was the one place on the trip I had wanted to buy a charm from but had not found the time, I had even told Wills to look out for a Pandora shop. Aunt Karen does it again.
Today we went to the breakfast buffet and then we went to the aquarium and saw the dugongs and the Sharks. Then we went to the Westfield shopping center and I spent over $500 on very very pretty cloths and then we went back to the hotel and then we went to get hummus birthday present. Then we went out to dinner with linda and rob and little jimmy we had pizza. On the way home we went to get an ice cream it was so so so ...
... before. I had to get out the shower again, wipe them and really quickly read the labels. Lucky thing as I would have used the hair conditioner which is something I haven't used in a long time.
Sue on the other hand had the good sense to read the labels before turning on the hot water, or so she said.
Next stop is LA (Los Angeles). We can hardly wait to try out the Alaskan Airways lounge. Meant to be worse than the Virgin ...
... a resort in Orilla a few years back. Such a small world. Two things that are not to be missed in Sydney: Patty's Market in China Town and the Fish Market. Patty's Market has rows upon rows of vendors selling anything you could imagine. Probably the biggest market I have been to, mostly selling random junk, but there were several awesome little jewelry and cloth stalls. The fish market was delicious, fresh, and fairly reasonably priced for what you were getting. You ...