I've had a few employers over the last 30 years (listed on info), but I grew up in Sydney and on the central coast. If you suspect you know me, I'd love to reconnect with you on facebook. I've had a few jobs over the years (full time and part-time while at uni) and met many interesting people with whom I've lost contact. If you're on Facebook, I'd love to hear from you ... and yes, to save you asking for ID purposes, old school friends, I used to throw the discus, sing and act in my youth (but not all at once)! I still proudly hold the 16yrs discus record at Erina High School. I guess that means I am the oldest 16 year old now at the school, lol.
I enjoyed the tour immensely. Bob, the bus driver/guide, was extremely dedicated to showing everyone a great time. He offered a lot of insider local historical knowledge which was appreciated by all on the tour. Salem has more than just the Witch history on offer. I thoroughly enjoyed the visit to the House of Seven Gables and Nathaniel Hawthorne's birthplace. The guide there was excellent, too. I enjoyed the maritime history Bob shared with us and that he gave us two hours to spend on our own in Salem. This was very useful because I spent my time selecting books and consuming a delicious lunch at one of the cafes.
Bob dropped everyone on the bus off at their hotel on his way back to the bus depot. This was above and beyond the call of his job; however, I really appreciated it because I needed to be back by 8pm to attend the Boston Symphony Hall. It was a memorable experience and one that i will cherish for several years to come,