Sydney, Australia

I’ve arrived in Sydney and spent a lovely day walking round the harbour yesterday, dodging the raindrops in the morning and eating an ice-cream in the sunshine in the afternoon.

Sydney Harbour is really spectacular, full of smart boats, bars and people, plus a couple of reasonably famous landmarks . . .

Sydney Harbour Bridge

Sydney Opera House

Me & the Opera House

I’ve now got sore feet but am very excited about exploring the city over the next ten days.

4 thoughts on “Sydney, Australia

  1. Have a great time in Sydney, try to get to the northern beaches, There used to be a fantastic house built onto the cliffs at Palm Beach it was supported by two long steel poles. As you know June and I lived ther in the early seventies and toured Aus. in 2000. I believe you are going to Cairns !!! if you do I would suggest a ride on the Kuranda railway up to the rain forrest. Its not very expensive and the Duque ride at the top is exceptional. Watch the food on green island!!! all our love June and Brian

  2. Stunning views! You seem to have the weather on your side so far on your trip!

    Tom

  3. Looks like you are having a great time mate, enjoy the next few weeks with frances. Can’t wait to hear all the stories when Frances returns. I am sorry I couldn’t come over and join you two. Have fun.

Comments are closed.