A shot of of Sydney water front taken from the harbor bridge by Moi!!! Sydney is a beautiful city and on a nice day which is most days, this is what it looks like.
I can't wait to show you the view I found in the morning from our window!
Another short of the most famous building in the world the Sydney Opera HouseKit with her friends Georgia and Eve. They joined us for breakfast on Sunday. Georgia and Kit operate Three Point Turnz blog.
Kit and I were having Thai lunch in China Town. Her skill with chop sticks is so much better than mine!
A shot I took early on Sunday morning during our walk on the harbour bridge
Here is the Sydney Harbour Bridge. We only walked as far as one of the pylons. It was getting hot we decided to turn back.
A famous shot of the Opera House through the arch
Kit and DH stroll along the water front on Circular Quay.
Queen Victoria Building is now a shopping mall. I love this place and visited every time I'm in Sydney.
Cherry blossoms at the entrance of Japan City. I thought I will start putting a bit of Japanese theme into my blog because it's only 12 days before we leave for our holiday in New Zealand and Japan woo hoo!!!On Saturday afternoon I received text message from Lynda Winn (no blog) letting me know that storms had hit Melbourne and some friend's houses were damaged. She offered to go and check our house for us. I told her not to worry because we would be returning home on Sunday evening anyway. Lynda was so kind and went on Sunday morning to check it for me and all was well thankfully.
Not all was totally well on the return trip however. On our return flight we had to circle above Melbourne airport for more than an hour due to heavy rain and storm. I felt quite sick and nervous thinking that we might end up in the In flight investigator program that DH likes to watch on TV! The last announcement said that if we were not able to land in 30 mins we would have to return to Sydney. Luckily we landed 20 mins after that. It felt good when we touched down. Sorry for the photos heavy on this post, but I just want to share my weekend with you.