Cockatoo Island Camping
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... Some places I had been before and others were new and hidden, and I would have never been able to find them on my own.
One of my favorite places was a small road filled with street art. This road was lined up with hundreds of empty bird cages. There are speakers throughout the street that then play bird sounds from all the native birds in the area, and they even change to nocturnal bird sounds at night. I'm not really a ...
... wandering around Circular Quay (which was packed with cruisers) and the
city. That evening, the Queen Mary sailed past the Queen Victoria and the
2 ships "saluted" each other. This is apparently a Cunard tradition and
involved both ships being lit up like beacons and continous blasting of the
ships' horns. We were also treated to a fireworks display! It was all
very spectacular! Later that evening, we left Sydney for New ...
... Cunard celebrations. We are on the first tender off and it is surprisingly choppy getting on and even mor ego at Man o'War steps at the back of the Opera House where we disembark from moving tender onto a moving pontoon. Eventually we are off and meet our guid eLars who walks us up Macquarie Street to our bus, it is quite alike up but police have stopped parking in the area near the Opera. Lars is an excellent guide, clear and informative and we learn an awful lot ...
... looked down and there were some baby chicks.
We came to the Opera House from a different direction and could hear music playing. They were setting up a stage outside the Opera House for an open air concert by a group called Roxette. Never heard of them - but a guy told me they were a Swedish Group from the 80's. I said I only know Abba! Walked all round the harbour to George Street and called in to see ...
... paper has pages of polls done last week. Abbott has been in trouble within his party and with the electorate, but the economy and fears of terrorism here in Australia are buoying his ship. Sound familiar? Oh yes he is planning to appoint a terrorism czar and that has people wondering.
The paper also covered the Academy Awards and announced that Birdman soared. And it did.
Off to ...