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Adventure before dementia

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AUSTRALIA | Saturday, 14 May 2016 | Views [308] | Comments [3]

Hi all, this is my final blog from the big adventure downunder.  It has been fantastic and in many ways even better than expected.  Our feet haven't touched the ground for 78 days including 3 hectic days in Sydney.  I think we are nearly touristed out (for the time being anyway!!).  Just sat in the airport waiting for our 24 hours of travel to start.  Sydney was great, it is a modern and beautiful city with all the iconic sights to see.  I think we pretty much saw all of them.  We did a 6 hours bike tour on the first day, a 5 hour harbour walk to manly beach on the second day and then walked all day yesterday through all the parks, quays, darling harbour, fish market and re-visited the bridge and opera house. Phew! Also visited Chinatown and Surry hills for food in the evenings.  All great stuff.  The last photo is Mark completely cream crackered on the last train journey back to our apartment in Syndey!!!  See you all soon. Thanks for all the comments throughout our trip, it has been great to hear from you when we have been so far away. Love to all, Dawn and Mark xxx  

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G'day, Back to reality and possibly back to work to pay that pesky uncanceled window cleaner!!! XXX

  Dad May 15, 2016 3:34 PM

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G'day, Back to reality and possibly back to work to pay that pesky uncanceled window cleaner!!! XXX

  Dad May 15, 2016 3:34 PM

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It's been lovely following what you've been doing on your travels! Good blogging!! Looking forward to seeing you soon xx

  Claire May 19, 2016 5:07 AM

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