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Nov 22, 2006 - Onto Sydney and a weather update

The weather here in Aus seems to go from the sublime to the ridiculous - we had 15 degrees in Tasmania earlier in the trip ("unseasonably cold" so we were told everywhere we went, necessitating long trousers and jumpers) to a high of 38 degrees here in Sydney today. Even Sydney is having odd weather - it's the hottest November temperature for nearly 40 years, and yet here they had the coldest November day for over 100 years last week..... Anyway, yes, we've made it to Sydney. We spent our first afternoon wondering around, and had dinner at...

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Feb 9, 2006 - Blue Mountains

Today we headed out to see the mythical Blue Mountains. Along the way, we stopped at the Featherdale Wildlife Reserve to see native animals. We fed the wallabies and kangaroos with pellets in ice cream cones. We had our photos taken with the sleepy koalas. They don't let you hold them yourself anymore as they say it causes too much stress. These are the ultimate in unstressed-relaxed animals! We learned that the kookaburra laughs to protect its territory. However, the bird symbol of Australia, the lyre bird, is a talented mimic, so it will...

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