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Johnnie and I got up really late this morning. We were too late to eat breakfast. We got ready and got our geocaching list together. We mapped out some caches at Mrs. Maquarie's Chair and headed out. We were heading out to the Opera House first as that is a must do. Our hotel is within walking distance so we backed our bookbag with water, snacks and camera. Our first stop was lunch as we both were hungry. We had lunch at Circular Quay which ...
... forests disappears under the glare of the sun giving way to acres of light green carpets of paddy dotted with towering ancient white stupas and fed with oceans like reservoirs locally known as wewa. Giant statues of Lord Buddha rises above the forest line while ancient palaces stand abandoned to the forest, waiting for a master, who long departed from life.Travelling further north the ...
... part in the race along with 100s of spectator boats on the water, it's an amazing sight seeing them all sailing towards you and then turning out of the harbour into the Pacific Ocean. If was pretty windy so the boats were flying, 7 minutes to clear the harbour. As well as the elite boats, there are also lots of smaller vessels who do the race as a personal challenge or to raise money for different charities. Chose to walk back down the hill rather then wait ...
... as we were meeting friends in Darlinghurst for coffee. We'd both heard Kings Cross had a dodgy reputation, but neither of us expected it to be quite so dodgy at 10 on a Sunday morning (don't the ferals normally go home by 7 or 8??).
Luckily where had coffee was about a 15 minute walk from Kings Cross, and in a much nicer area. After coffee, Vasili drove us to Glebe, where Jussey was manning a stall at the Glebe Street Festival. We caught up with Jussey and Fawn ...
This fountain appears out of nowhere - literally. Well, to be truthful, it appears from under the ground. It seems to have a mind of it's own because I've ridden my bike past this spot on many occasions and found the ground to be dry with people happily sitting on top of it, at other times there have been promotional tents in place. Sometimes the water spouts with vigour and at ...