High Cross Park Lodge
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MONDAY DECEMBER 30TH
Continued - well we finished the laundry and drove into Sydney without any problems. WOW did we ever drive through a long tunnel and the crazy big truckers were weaving in and out of traffic to get a little further ahead. We returned the camper van and caught a taxi to our hotel.
Tonight we went for a walk around …
... of red wine. Sara no longer has to drink beer so she made the most of it! The measurements for ordering beer in Australia are completely different to England as pint glasses don't really exist - instead you order a 'schooner' (468ml) or a middy (258ml). The following day all three of us walked from Coogee beach to Bondi beach and it was a stunning costal walk but very windy and rainy. The waves are definitely a bit bigger than back home and ...
We had booked to stay at Rydges Airport hotel as we were too late for connecting flights to Adelaide.This is a short walk from the International Terminal. I had also decided that as we had to stay over we might as well make the most of it and have a day in Sydney.
So on Sunday morning after a sleep in we set out about 10-30am and took the Airport train into Wynyard Station. We then walked up to Pitt St Mall ...
... money on accommodation and taxi fare. When we dropped the rented car off it was few minutes past midnight and after a short walk we were again at the loud arrival hall that was the only place open non stop. we brushed our teeth and tried to catch some shut eye that again proved difficult due to very loud music, tv and constant announcements. Christchurch is simply the most sleep over unfriendly airport that we been to and we only with some ...
... It isn't anything special you haven't done before. SILENT CONFIDENCE.
Be a man of discipline, and don't let down your teammates by giving away penalties
Always focus on;
getting back 10 @ penalties
staying on your feet at breakdowns
making legal tackles and rolling away
Rugby is just work. Its a working mans game. Do your job. Create your opportunities, and be better then your opposite. You will be ...