Whirlwind

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Talk about rushing around!  13 flights in 24 days.  No wonder I am still feeling a bit tired and jet lagged.  Kathy and I returned from or trip on Friday and other than doing laundry and sleeping not much more was accomplished.

Hopefully I will begin to feel more human as the week progresses.  Was it worth it?  You bet.  What a wonderful experience.  I will share what we saw and did in the coming weeks.

As a tease we saw the Mirror Lakes.

A 1

The devastation caused by an earthquake

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One day a dingo joined us for lunch.

A 3

Of course, had to see the Harbor Bridge and the Opera House.

A 4

Learned a little bit about aboriginal culture.

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Rode a Skyrail over the rain forest.

A 6

Fed a wallaby.

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And held a koala.

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Will share more details over the coming weeks.

Although the trip was great, it is good to be home!

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13 responses to “Whirlwind

  1. I am in awe and can’t wait to read more. Mirror Lake is just beautiful! (Honestly, at first glance I thought you inserted the photo upside down, hence the title of your post!) Welcome back!

  2. The pictures are incredible! Thank you for sharing 🙂

  3. What a great trip! Looking forward to the details.

  4. lindabaie

    I know I’ll enjoy every single part. That pic with the koala is marvelous! I’m glad you’re back & getting into the swing of home!

  5. Judy C.

    Thanks for the tease. So glad that you had a fantastic trip and are back home safe and sound. As they say, there’s no place like home! Looking forward to reading about your travels.

  6. Lisa Corbett

    The trip of a lifetime! Glad you could enjoy it.

  7. What a great tease you provided! Can’t wait to hear more.

  8. It looks like the trip was wonderful! So happy you guys had a good time.

  9. Welcome back, oh blogging buddy! Looking forward to the tales and the pics!

    The Mirror Lakes – if still waters run deep – my goodness.

  10. Wow! Wallabies, koalas and a rainforest sky train I can hardly wait to read the details. It looks like a fabulous trip.

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