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Sydney Airport Lounge

18 May 2010

Holiday over

Only thing left to do is to fly back to Adelaide.
I have planned to take the last leg of a connecting flight from Singapore, which means I dont have to change terminals and I can hang out in the international lounge for a great breakfast and real coffee (see pictures below).
The domestic leg of an international flight is a confusing thing in Australia, you get special boarding passes with stickers on them depending on if you have to clear customs or not and where. The instructions for this were laid out explicitly before we landed in Sydney, as theres a few people doing the same flight as I am, and some of those are sitting near me (I had overheard conversations).
Despite all this, I think I am the only person that went through the transfer gate, everyone else went out through customs and immigration and back in through check in. And they were not happy and voicing their unhappiness, some of them seem to have even caught the non free transfer bus to the domestic terminal (the qantas one would have not let them on as their system is clever enough to know).
All I know is, when I landed in Adelaide and was waiting for my bag, there was a whole group of people complaining about their Sydney ordeal.

Sydney-Airport-Lounge - Last two pictures, coffee at the 1st class lounge in Sydney.

Last two pictures, coffee at the 1st class lounge in Sydney.


Sydney-Airport-Lounge - And my breakfast made to order, you can have whatever you want, the eggs were delicious, as was the bread. Holiday over.

And my breakfast made to order, you can have whatever you want, the eggs were delicious, as was the bread.
Holiday over.


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