Pullman at Sydney Olympic Park
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... Duck Pancakes, Chicken Satay and Young Coconut rice paper rolls. No alcohol though so we had a crushie. Frozen young coconut with lychee and cucumber....delicious.
So that used up some time! We were getting cold by now because it was so windy. We had not bought anything with us because we were not expecting to find somewhere to stay. Nanny even had time to go back to the apartment to collect everything we needed. She even managed to smuggle in some ...
... and guided us in the direction of the Opera House, via Central Quays. The Aboriginal diggerydoo player was on a funky trip today, so we showed him our appreciation for his art with a few dollars in his pot. As the show was not going to be long, we paraded the promenade by the opera house checking out the opera bar which was packed, so continued on for cakie at the opera kitchen cafe instead. We had a prime pew at the end of the terrace overlooking the ...
From the bush we headed back to the city to stay with Nitin, Milin and Nim in Parramatta for a couple of days of relaxed city life catching up with friends, old work colleagues, drinks and lots of food (Nit & Nim really spoilt us here - home made pakoras on the first night and an indian on the last night!)
A special treat was a trip for us all to the British Sweet Shop so that we could not only restock our rhubarb ...
... love with the city. We got off the ferry and decided to have lunch at the Opera Bar. I don't think you could get a more perfect location with the Opera House and Harbour Bridge both in view. I have to admit Hannah and myself had a moment while sitting there, Renny Street, Durham, to the Sydney Opera House...we must be doing something right! I thought it was going to be really expensive eating in such a location but $18 for a pizza with that view is what I call a bargain. We ...
... harbours in the world for the meagre cost of a ferry boat ticket. Cruise passengers pay thousands of dollars for the very same view.
During the night it rains again, but by next day the sky starts clearing early. Today we will continue our visit of the City of Sydney.
Walking Tour of Sydney – Part Two
We take the 333 bus to Circular Quay ...