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... is a small sacrifice.
Our impressions of Sydney thus far have been excellent. We are loving the many, quality Asian food options, as well as the diversity of fruits, vegetables and meat. I might even be able to contemplate eating nasi goreng again... We are at the height of Sydney's mild winter, and we have enjoyed at least three full weekends where shorts were the more appropriate attire.
We've tried made the most of cultural offerings while ...
Boat alongside yesterday and many preparatory tasks completed: life raft on board, fuel full, water full, gas full, kitchen supplies loaded, linen & clothes mostly on board and stowed, everything working (well that was the case when we left the boat last ...
... quite a few varieties of port to try which turned out not to be our favourite but we still really enjoyed the wine, we also got some cheese and biscuits (probably to try and soak up the alcohol). Finally the last event of the day was drawing the winner of the raffle for the 6 bottles of wine - and who do you think won? The Geordie tried to keep us in suspense by giving just the first letter of the first name of the winner which was "A" but it turned out that Abby ...
... back and watch the views unfold.
Monday we took the bus down to Balmoral Beach, a beautiful bay near Middle Harbour. It has a Pavilion dating back to 1928 and the whole area is very tranquil and relaxed so you can just sit at one of the cafes and sip a sauvignon blanc, or have a dip in the clear warm water.
After lunch we met up with Linda and Ernest at their ...
... more of a buffet with salads and meats, but the best part was the prawns (king size) and bugs. When they first said to me did I want a bug, I thought it was going to be an actual bug like a worm or insect or something, was thinking really a bush tucker trail on Christmas day! These ozzies really outbacky. Luckily it wasn't that, bugs are a type of lobster/crayfish and so tasty. We sat outside on the veranda in the sun and heat and ate our Christmas dinner. xxxxx ...