Monthly Archives: April 2011

Last Days in Australia

It is hard to believe that the end of this adventure is so near.  Today was spent at the Aquarium and Wildlife center at Darling Harbor here in Sydney.  This is a school break for lots of kids, so both … Continue reading

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Another New Challenge Met

I had no idea this one would emerge as another challenge on this adventure.  Christina picked me up this morning, then picked up John from his stint doing soccer training for one of their girls teams, and we went to … Continue reading

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Do I Now Qualify for Honorary Citizenship!

It began at 4:15am (up at 3:35am) on a very rainy morning today.  That was the first Anzac Day Service I attended.  The few thousand of us were soaked by the time it was done.  After drying clothes in the dryer … Continue reading

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By the way:

The last report here and on Facebook of my whereabouts using the SPOT GPS tracking device shows a great view of the Sydney Opera House using Google Maps Satellite view if you haven’t already checked it out.  The little arrow … Continue reading

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Do I Now Qualify for Honorary Citizenship?

It began at 4:15am (up at 3:35am) on a very rainy morning today.  That was the first Anzac Day Service I attended.  The few thousand of us were soaked by the time it was done.  After drying clothes in the dryer … Continue reading

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So Much Converged on This Night – More Tears

It seemed sort of surreal to be standing there looking at that Australian Icon that I have seen on television many times.  It is huge and impressive – the Sydney Opera House.  I spent the whole day today in or … Continue reading

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It Happened Again!

How is it that so many people know more about me than I know?  This time it was the person who checked me in at the Hotel in Sydney.  He was speaking French on the phone when I arrived.  When … Continue reading

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