Tuesday, 26 April 2011

Rainy Monday With Flat George

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Still in Sydney

A few more photos of "The Rocks" in Sydney.  It is one of the oldest parts
of the city. Lots to do here.  Cheers, FG

You can see where it got it's name.  It's a high rocky area
above the harbour.

This statue is of 'Biggles' a dog who was known by the
local community

An example of the old architecture.

  'The Hero of Waterloo' pub. It has a secret passage used
for smuggling AND kidnapping drunken sailors, who woke up as crew on a ship!

The people above me are starting to climb the arch of the
Harbour Bridge which is taller than the Statue of Liberty

Saturday, 23 April 2011

Still in Sydney

Went to the markets in 'The Rocks' area of Sydney.  Cheers, Flat George

How do I look inside a shark?!

 George, do you want one of these creatures for the wall?!!

Saturday, 16 April 2011

FG Sydney Continued

Hi Everyone,  Here are some more pictures of my visit in Sydney.  We're
on the harbour today. Would you believe that we met a couple from Seattle
and HE grew up in Shropshire!  Cheers FG

 We were up early to get the train To Circular Quay

First we had cappuccinos across from the Harbour
Bridge....called the Coathanger.

Taking the ferry to Manly.....Opera House, Bridge and
Central Business District

Docking at Manly on the Harbour side

The Corso today....a short walk to the beach

Resting in the sand with seagull prints all around me

Manly Beach looking south....Pacific Ocean

Looking north

Taking time out for a MANGO gelato before we get the return

The Harbour was very busy, lots of sailing, paragliding, 
fishing...and this tall ship.

Wednesday, 13 April 2011

Flat George Going To Sydney

Heading off to Sydney, Me as co-pilot

Goolma pub in the small village, if you can call it a pub, shop and tennis court a village, in the middle of nowhere

Town of Mudgee

We have to watch for kangaroos on the road

It was very foggy

Then the fog lifted to a gorgeous day

Now we have to watch out for wombats as well

To be continued.....Cheers,Flat George