I know, you’ve been wondering if I’d fallen into Sydney Harbour, or some such thing. But no, I’m here in Sydney Airport, all in one piece, and I have an internet connection! Unfortunately, it’s slow enough that pictures don’t seem to be an option. I’ll see if it let’s me upload one, just for this. If not, you have much to look forward, for the next week.
Yes, I have been writing up my week, every evening, so it should keep you very well entertained, for over a week. Which is a good thing, because by that time, I’ll be too busy packing to leave for the U.S. to have time to do any major blogging.
Ok, it looks like I won’t be able to upload any photos. I did try.
In the meantime, I have plenty of time to read and rest, after my busy week. Drink plenty of coffee from Gloria Jean’s, or even buy an excessively expensive doughnut from Krispy Kreme, if I want. No, I think I’ll wait until I get home for that. I’m here quite a lot earlier than I planned, because everything seemed to be closed for Good Friday, and lugging all my baggage around town was wearing my shoulder out.
But until I’m within six hours of my flight, I can’t check my bag, so I have it all with me here. Every once in a while I get up and wander around the shops. There’s a very tempting book store, but as I can’t buy any of them, I must resist. Maybe I’ll give in to some of the chocolate shops, soon.
Anyway, it’s good to be back online, and rather than continue to bore you to tears, I’m going to go back to reading my book, Rose in Bloom, by Louisa May Alcott (I finished reading the first one, Eight Cousins, or the Aunt Hill, several days ago). Yes, I’ve read it a couple thousand times, I’m sure, but it never grows old.