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... and was a café too … and who knows what else. The dozen or so houses here hugged the road and were less charming than their “sister” town just back down the road.
Up through the bush we drove with lots of green fields with fat cattle … such pretty countryside and I did manage to stop and take a quick photo.
Eventually we arrived at a little town called Barrington – ...
... kept commenting on how lucky we have been to spend time on the mountains in the snow, as apparently it is very rare to see snow this side of Canberra. It reminded me of a lady we met in Cairns. She had told us how people living in Cairns might only have one or two jumpers, and those jumpers rarely see the light of day. She was due to visit Europe within the next coming weeks, and had been having difficulty buying a jumper anywhere in Cairns! Well ...
... around Surry Hills with a pit stop at Bill's and wondered into Darlinghurst and Paddington before heading down to the Quay for one more glimpse of the Opera House. Nathan & Simon have enjoyed discovering the food delights of an Aussie burger and Aussie hit dog, but resisted the Kangaroo and Emu pizza! We cannot believe that we are already half way through our trip, photos will follow but for now time to update the map ...
... its favourable weather, rich European history, vibrant economy and diverse lifestyle options, it is not surprising that Australia's largest city is such a popular destination for tourist and migrants.
However, Sydney is more than just the Opera House, Harbour Bridge and beaches.
... shop - Uniqlo! I have bought almost all of my jeans there in the last three years and a few tops and jackets. Only problem is until this year they were not in Australia. The Melbourne store opened two days after we were there in April. Sydney still only has a pop up store, but even after being open a month, there was a line up to get in. I resisted the urge to join the line - Simon and my credit card both sighed in relief! It was short-lived though, because a ...