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... way to see the city - gutted that our time in Sydney is coming to an end but as you can all imagine - Juzie has an action packed day planned for tomorrow.
Suzie Q fact for the day - the flags at the top of Sydney Harbour Bridage are the biggest in Audtalia - measuring 10 metres by 5 metres. They cost $3000 and need to be replaced every three months due to the conditions at the top of the bridge.
Saturday declared a day of rest, so housekeeping etc in morning & another visit to Macquarie Park shopping centre. After dinner got settled to watch the Bombers, how dismal was that!!
So Sunday morning, back on train to meet Mel Guiney at Circular Quay where we decided on a ferry trip to Manly for lunch. Weather wise, an absolutely perfect day - cloudless blue sky, yachts & boats on the water and of course, still the thousands of people. After ...
... off to start our adventure. The East Coast is essentially one long road, the 'Bruce Highway', but I managed to prove that you can still get lost on a straight road. It IS possible and NO it's not that simple Michael. Our first stop was inland to the Blue Mountains. This was an absolute highlight and we made a very adventurous walk on our first day from Katoomba to Leura (~5 hours) stopping to see the 'Three Sisters' and enjoy a few ciders. The novelty of El Cheapo ...
... these slow, graceful and somewhat dopey animals since I was a little kid at sea world and everyone else loved the pretty dolphins!
It was another scorcher and after a wander and lunch we headed back and began weaving our way about town soaking up the major sites on our last day. We bid goodbye to Jason and enjoyed a quiet evening planning our next steps in New Zealand, looking at cars and accommodation so we were all set for our early morning pick up and flight.
... shopping to buy ingredients for the special meal he’d promised to make for Orla. The afternoon was spent relaxing for Orla, and preparing for Liam. Dinner was a wonderful affair. Fish and chips and veggies, and dessert was decadent chocolate pots with whipped cream. Such a wonderful husband!
Friday was mostly relaxing, and checking out the local weekend markets. Tomorrow we set off for Newcastle, a little ways north of Sydney. More adventures to ...