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... took more photos today than any other day of this journey. We walked back to Circular Quay and caught a ferry that made extra stops on the way back to Darling Harbour. The restaurants along the harbour offer happy hours and we were in time to grab a quick glass of wine before heading back to the apartment. We watched a bit of TV, started doing some laundry and then went back out the Harbour to have some pizza for dinner. We are very happy to be back in Sydney!
Today was about getting things done. To get the most out of our short time in Australia we thought we should get a plan going and start booking things. Travelling here is a lot different to travelling in South America. Over there you never book anything in advance and just show up. Booking doesn't really exist over there and you will just get ripped off by paying something in advance. Over here though things get booked up fast. Hostels are full three days ...
... the necessary operation that will be needed to repair this break. The good news, Syl does not have any pain other than a dull ache and has taken no medication, the bad news is that she has to keep her plastered forearm raised up in the air, a very uncomfortable position at any time, but very difficult to sleep with your arm raised, so not much sleep last night. Hopefully it will be easier tonight and then tomorrow we fly home.
Syl is so angry with herself, but on ...
... with me and it was soo hot & I don't have any trainers so my daps rubbed against my little toes and I ended up with a blister covering the whole surface area of my toe!! well at least I tried! I done some exercise when I got back too, squats, lunges, crunches, leg raises and a few other ab exercises then chilled out, Nicole text me to see if I wanted to go for a late dinner and a few ...
... was putting it into a dryer but
instead put it into a washing machine – oh well it least she loaded it first
this time. We had a nice dinner at the Bowling
club and had a good laugh about the days washing.
Tuesday July 15th
Up early to catch the 7:19AM train, senior’s tickets up here
are $2.50 and they cover all public transport all day. We changed trains at Strathfield, and
Lidcombe to ...