On the way to Sydney
, where we were going to stay with Mervâ€™s friend Lion and his wife Yasmin and their two daughters, we stopped at the Sir Donald Bradman museum. For the none cricketers amongst you (which I donâ€™t blame you for one bit!): Sir Donald Bradman is apparently the greatest Australian cricket player ever (or is that greatest player in the world Scott?), and he grew up in this tiny little town we passed through and has a museum dedicated to him. My apologies to his fans, but I did not think it was worth the $8.50 to go through, so Merv took Reagan instead while I had tea and scones in the cafĂ© with Jordan. Reagan got bored quite quickly (surprise surprise!) so I then took her to the playground.
Afterwards we continued our way in the rain and got to Sydney tired and weary, but were welcomed by Yasmin and the girls which picked us up a bit. Lion didnâ€™t get home until later, so we chatted a bit while Yasmin prepared stuff for dinner. We were having a bbq, and this must have been my first bbq in Australia which was cooked on charcoal instead of gas! It was great, but I think they thought we were hungry, as there was way too much foodâ€¦ The girls had a great time playing, and Reagan ended up sleeping in Rebeccaâ€™s room that night.