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... br> We got dropped off at Mascot station to catch a train down to the Rocks (incidentally, a ticket at the airport station is more expensive than from the stations either side. Just a side note for any intrepid travellers). Campbell was excited as it was his first train ride. He kept talking about Thomas though.
Saw the sights, kids ran up and down the opera house steps until they were exhausted, had pizza for tea along the quay, train ride home and crashed into ...
... we got up and supposedly went to 17C but the wind made it feel colder. We are not dressed for these temperatures even with a sweater and a light jacket.
The trip around the Eastern Suburbs was most enjoyable with some great views of the City in the distance. What I would describe as an average family home here sells for $2,500,000 plus and are in such demand that they are often auctioned. Bondi is a beautiful big beach with great surf ...
... evening and everyone seemed to being in a relaxed mood.
Because there are so many family groups on the ship the first sitting for dinner is 5.30pm so we chose the later time of 7.45pm which will suit us. After dinner we went to the Theatre for the Welcome Show which was great fun. Ros’ leg was too painful to take in a late comedy show so off to bed with painkillers. Hopefully it will be better tomorrow.
... only a short walk to the beach. As you can see we still do the coastal walk as often as possible, and it's always stunning - we usually get to Bronte which is the half way point and then walk or bus back.
I'm helping out at my local yoga studio in return for free classes which is going well, the help is mainly tidying and some cleaning but it's nice to be able to practice yoga for free in a really lovely environment.
... And then waited for the rest of our group. It took about an hour to put on our outfits for the climb. It was a onesie with a belt that kept you on the bridge. We had to take up with us a rain jacket just incase it started to rain, and it was buckled to our back. Also we had to carry a fleece jacket just incase we got cold. I didn't use either so it was just heavy weight I had to carry, but everyone had to take it because the weather here ...