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in four more sleeps we leave on my Epic Train Trip and I was reflecting on how this trip came to be.
In 2006 I wondered what it would be like to catch theTrans-Siberia train across Russia.
In my internet exploration I came across an amazing the website describing train travel across the world. One thing that caught my eye was the statement that you could catch trains from London to Singapore. What a fantastic trip that would be!
... carved support poles and a huge hand carved wooden seat - it may have been outside the pub ! I finally had mobile reception so rang the motel in Armidale to advise we would be there around 6.30pm.
Our next town was Uralla on the Thunderbolts Way – another small town with several houses for sale. I wondered what actually kept these small towns “alive” … I know we passed lots of cattle … but where ...
... and you could see groups of people ascending and descending the reported 1,332 steps of the Harbour Bridge Climb. It looked amazing, but not one for today with our 3 young children, as the climb takes a reported 3.5 hours!We opted for a much less strenuous option; a wonderfully warming hot chocolate for us girls and a traditional Australian beer for Mike. We sat soaking up the last few remaining rays of sunshine, wrapped up warm, sipping our drinks, ...
... to the game. Everyone was annoyed with us after that. We both bought slurpees and we didn't want them after awhile and we literally tried to give them to anyone on the train, but no one would take them. I think they had sugar overload in them. Once we got there to ANZ Stadium, we watched the South Sydney Rabbitohs take on the Wests Tigers! We cheered for the Rabbitohs! They were so good, and I enjoyed the game! Obviously, the Rabbitohs won. It was just so different than LC rugby! It was ...
Yesterday I accepted a temporary assignment that's by no means a living wage, but covers the grocery bill. The job is promoting the oldest gym in Sydney by handing out fliers and free gym passes to pedestrians on the footpaths near Central Station.
The work is a study in human behavior and it's interesting to contrast Aussies' behaviors ...