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After getting off in the Taronga Zoo Wharf, and having to cross the zoo entrance, the kid in me, was pulling me towards the zoo, but the office going suit with a weekend to relax, walked past the zoo entrance, stubborn on spending some time around the bay area.
The first part of the walk takes me through Angophora Grove which starts from the Illarroo picnic area, and goes on till the Bradley ...
... of food items. By the time we got back to the cabin, our suitcases has arrived and our cabin steward was waiting for us. After running us through the cabin amenities and putting the safety video on, we were left alone and were finally able to start unpacking. Minimal negotiation was needed around who could put stuff where. There are plenty of places to store our various bags, clothes or snorkelling equipment. Once unpacked, we had a few minutes to spare before it was time for ...
Still tired, I reluctantly got up to make the most of the day. Today we were heading to Taronga zoo. We took a free shuttle bus to Sydney Opera house where nearby we caught a ferry across to the zoo. On the way we got some great views of Sydney skyline and was interesting to see the bridge and opera house from another angle. The zoo was huge and we saw a variety of different animals. ...
Days 126-132 (23rd-29th March)
This week we went through our Sydney Bucket List again to see what we still wanted to get done before we leave. There is so much to do in and around Sydney it's unbelievable!
Thankfully on Saturday the weather turned out to be really nice, blue skies, but not too hot, so we chose to walk the Bondi to Coogee beach coastal walk. It's a 6km walk starting at Bondi, and passing through ...
... all you classical music buffs out there, our ears were serenaded by music from Schumann’s No.1 Symphony in B flat and No.2 Symphony in C major, both sounded excellent to our untrained classical ears.
The last half hour of the concert was the best however. A gifted German violinist called Christian Tetzlaff played a mind-blowing violin solo from Mendelssohn’s violin concerto in E minor. His ...