Have been in Sydney for 12 days. Have related my church activities and attending the Sam-sex march. Have also been lunching with friends and completed 2 hikes with the group I use to join every Monday.
The first week we went to some falls less than 5 km from where I use to live.
Last Monday we caught a ferry across the harbour to Manly then a bus north to another smaller harbour called Pittwater where we boarded a small ferry to Elvina Bay and climbed a steep 4 and half km to some Aboriginal carvings.
I have voted to day in the National Elections which will be held next Saturday.
Tomorrow I fly to Bangkok taking 9 and a half hours. Then on Friday another 11 hours onto Frankfurt. This is not a part of the journey I like.
I have had trouble keeping up with blogs. Most of the hotels I have booked have wifi but I am not sure how good it will be while I am cruising the coast of Norway.
I will check in when possible.
A retired teacher librarian who loves travelling especially by train and wastes a lot of time on the Internet.
An Anglican who knows God loves me as a gay man.
Moved at the beginning of 2010 from the Blue Mountains near Sydney, Australia to Dunedin, NZ.
One of the best things I ever did.
I became a New Zealand citizen on 2nd March 2016
I will always be an Aussie by birth but am proud to be a Kiwi by choice.