|Better grab this one! With free discount coupons|
Anyway, when I got out of the last checkpoint, this was the sight that greeted me:
|Friends and relatives waiting for their loved ones.|
Since the roaming signal of globe had [gasps! what a surprise!... not!!!] not yet activated, I had to find a way of communicating with my aunt since it would seem impossible to find each other amid all the crowd. Fortunately, there was free wifi at the airport, so I was able to connect to skype, which in turn directly forwards unanswered calls to my aunt's mobile number. In a few minutes, I was finally reunited with Tita A and we headed to Tito Bru's car.
Sydney was ahead by three hours from Philippine time so I was still a bit sleepy and lethargic. What else would be a better cure, but to eat a good breakfast to fuel some energy in my body. We headed to Brighton-Le-Sands which was just a few minutes away from the airport. At around 9:30 AM, Sydney time, I was ready to fill in my hungry stomach with mouth-watering food from one of the restaurants situated there.
|A cloudy day at Brighton-Le-Sands|
|Crepe with bananas, caramel, vanilla ice cream and strawberry|
|Enough to energize|
|No breakfast is complete without a good hot chocolate|
|With an all smiles Tita A :)|
|A wide stretch of sea shore, with sand so soft, optimal for walking|
|Getting my feet wet|
|Sea gulls saying "Mine mine mine"|
I immediately felt very welcome upon arriving at Tita A and Tito Bru's house. Tita A led me to the room where I would be staying and found a sweet surprise waiting for me.
|Feels just like staying in a hotel|
|I can definitely foresee the calories I'll be gaining|
|They even have Palmolive for dishwashing|
|Poor teddy, left behind or just thirsty?|
Watch out for my Day 2 Australian advenutre....