Avoca Palms Resort Apartments
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Day 35. Our stomachs were relatively settled after a better night's sleep, so we ventured out into Sydney proper. The weather was delicately balanced, poised equally to dive head-first into a storm or clear into an overcast day. We drove to the famous Bondi Beach, founding place of the Speedo and surfing hotspot. With the large waves and our own meagre surfing abilities we weren't able to take to ...
... Train was pretty nice and we have 1/2 of one coach for the 22 in our group. Leaving Delhi looked all pretty slummy with masses of rubbish everywhere and many people squatting for toilet near the tracks. :( No option I guess. Once clear of urban area most of the countryside farmed, predominantly with rice paddies. Also some brick works, army camps and lots of villages. Peasant life in the country looks nicer than poverty in the city. On arrival we ...
... mechanic while we catch a train into the city and do the touristy things - trip to Manly on the ferry, maybe a ride to the top of Centrepoint Tower...the usual stuff. As for the car, here's the rap sheet:
- broken left low beam headlight
- intermittently working tailgate latch
- front brakes causing serious wobble in the steering wheel when the pads are hot
- tailgate gas struts that don't work - tailgate needs to be held up for ...
... regarding any honest metamorphous. Likewise with any totally new material that I’m confident will find its way to us as well.
Received an email reply this afternoon from The Fretted Frog, a guitar shop in Pasadena California. Determined not to leave LA without a good acoustic guitar in tow, I emailed Frog manager Roland Belloir about a black Faith FECM-BNC Parlour Electro Scoop acoustic advertised on their website ...
... for the 9am service this morning and by the looks of things, the 11 and the 6 are even more packed. The acoustics are spectacular, the stage retracts to make room for calls to prayer and inviting people up to the front, the whole thing was magnificent. But what was really amazing about it was that none of that was 'in your face' or over the top. It was all so subtle and totally felt like it was God's work. Every volunteer in every ministry was clearly into what they were ...