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We arrived Sydney without incident! We have been walking and walking and hiking. The Bridge, the Rocks, our neighborhood, the ANZAC Memorial, 3 Museums (to be named later), the Blue Mountain(Katoomba to Leura). Hopefully a few photos will come over.
... one! We were wlaking and I said what is Bondi- Odetta looks at me like I am crazy uhhhhhhhhh our amazing beah! Oh, ok we stopped in the Bondi store where they were having a sale and bought matching prple hoodies! So excited about them, hahah I am sure Sinisa is also as excited to have a matching outfit with his wife! We Jumped on the train and made it back to the house to get ready… I now have ridiculously horrible bad sunburn on just my chest and shoulders ...
... that walk. Coogee was a great little town, and we ordered some food to take out and enjoyed a nice snack on the beach amidst aggressive gulls, friendly pigeons and some Euro visitors without much modesty. It was a great day and after returning to the hotel, we caught up with our new friend Marcela and exchanged ideas on where we should go next in Sydney.
Saturday (something like 3a anytime, any day last week in Denver), we headed out to Manly on the city ferry. It ...
... streets. Paddington is one of the most desirable areas to live in Sydney and it isn't difficult to see why. Delightful terraced houses adorned with intricate wrought iron balconies brighten the streets with a multitude of colours.
So, there are three suburbs of Sydney, each with it's own individual style and essence. What I love most about visiting new places is seeing where people really live their lives. If only we'd had time to see them all!
... parks, gardens, sculptures, architecture, beautiful people, and of course the iconic landmarks. I got the impression the population is young, healthy, fashionable, and financially strong. Prices for most things however are outrageous. A bottle of water is $4.50Aus or about $3.60US. That would be bad if we'd come here directly from Dallas but it was especially tough to take given we were paying $0.30US for a bottle of water in Thailand. Groceries and restaurants ...