Mantra on Kent
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;) now it's lucky I'm not particularly a shopoholic! Sooo many shops... So many designer shops! ;) haha! I arrived to Sydney Friday evening, and just made my way to my hostel, settled in and read my book..one of course I bought in the airport... Me and book shops... :) I woke up Saturday morning and started off my day of wandering! Beautiful city to walk around! And ...
... t for some reason and so was still sitting on the runway we had tried to land on. awesome.
So after that near death experience (jk), B was very happy to be back on solid ground! We caught a train from the airport to the city and dropped our bags off at the hotel, and then caught a train to another station in the city. We walked alongside the botanic gardens to the art gallery, where we were meeting G's friends, Jussey and Fawn.The art gallery was showing an ...
... paper with a little present for Pia sealed the deal. Pops had done well with the reminding of manners and to also call us by our names, she soon got with the flow and was including us on her quests. Jasper too warmed up to us, seeing how Pia interacted with us and Poppy's happiness to be with us, he took his chances by crawling over and climbing up for a snuggle. The play park was busy, so we drove down to Rose Bay Lyne Park and took another ...
... he was working. Very useful as he sent out some entrées for us on the house which we supplemented with a few other selections so we were not taking the mickey completely. We had a feast with many choices. Favourite was the pad Thai and Jane even enjoyed the squid as it was cooked so well. Rob should be proud! The only dish that didn't go down too well was the papaya salad however apparently this was because it was made with no chillies for ...
I had trouble finding information about this fountain. I'm pretty sure it was built with the Darling Harbour upgrade and opened in 1988. Children love it because the water falls from an overhead structure and forms a wall of water challenging them to run in and out of the fountain while attempting to stay dry. It's close to a public toilet, perhaps that's why there's little mention of it online.
What I called it: Darling Harbour Water ...