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Monday, November 29, 2004


We left NZ for Cairns Australia, While in Cairns we were able to go Scuba Diving and Snorkling at the Great Barrier Reef. We stayed at an awesome resort where there was a beautiful pool and air-conditioned rooms.
During are stay at Cairns some of us rented scooters and drove on the wrong side of the road. 
(Jacob showing off his new ride)image
(Danny, Leah, and Amy getting ready to go Scuba Diving in Cairns)
(Jacob getting ready to Snorkle at the Great Barrier Reef)

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Tuesday, November 30, 2004

We’re Down Under Mate!!!!


The city is very beautiful and full of things to do, so we stayed very busy and learned a lot about the Australian Culture. During our two weeks here in Sydney we traveled by train, and by bus a lot. We had many sites to see such as: the Opera House, Sydney Harbor Bridge and Manly & Bondi Beaches.
We worked with Maquiare Church of Christ alot our first week. We handed out 3,000-4,000 pamplets about the Bible school they do and also planned and did a SUPER SATURDAY for the kids in that area (Story of Jonah)
I think one of the highlights of our stay was going to Peninsula Church of christ and staying with a host family. They planned a ton of activities such as: being a crew of a tall ship, going to a reptile park, and hanging out at the beach with the church. Much thanks to all the People at Peninsula COC.

(Harbor Bridge)

(The Opera House - Pretty Cool, huh?)


(The Harbor Front at night is awesome and colorful)

(I think the sun has gotten to Issac)

(Jon doesn’t understand this sign)

(You come to Australia you’ll need to surf and not to forget to put sunscreen on)

It is hard to believe that our time in Australia and on the trip is coming to an end. Our next stop is Hawaii and then home to our families.

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