Once a fortnight my mate Barbara and I go on a outing to a place we haven't been to or somewhere we have so been to for some time so today we are going to The Rocks. This is our Opera House on a very grey day.
And the smallest Ambulance I have ever seen.
Our bridge peeking out behind a tri coloured building.
Lots of different looking buildings The Rocks is a very old area.
The even have a dinosoure ( I wish I could spell)
The photo centre we are not a family
but Babs is a solider
and I am a convict
If you get tired they provide a chair
This cafe grows herbs and vegs out the front what a good idea.
A stylish yellow jacket, I can see the beer fair in that.
They do ghost tours of the area so it must be haunted.
The old and the new
We watched a rock candy shop make the lollies they sell
Visited this art.galley amazing pictures but not allowed to take photos.
They weather has improved.
And afternoon tea watching the boats and the people walking by.
What a lovely outing - and a brilliant idea to have similar treats once a fortnight.ReplyDelete
It get you out of the house and as we know our a lot of the same people there is always something to talk about plus very good exercise.Delete
What a terrific lot of interesting photos. I think I have a photo of myself standing inside that sculpture just as you are and it was taken abou 1983. The improvement in the weather made the photos much nicer.ReplyDelete
1983 that was a while back when the sun comes out it is always better.Delete
Interesting photos as we usually just see the harbour bridge and not many other areas, so I'm pleased you took photos and showed us.ReplyDelete
It was new to me and I live here but sometimes we don't explore our own backyards.Delete
One of my favourite spots...though Biggles has been an addition since my last visit. That must be ten years ago at least. Yikes! YAMxx
I did read the story but can't remember it now, it reminded me of the dog on the tucker box and the dog in Scotland I can not remember where but I saw a movie about him many years ago.Delete
...greyfriars bobby... an that's exactly who biggles reminds me of! YxxDelete
The dinosaur is a T-Rex and from this angle the legs look almost human. I love the little ambulance but wonder why such a small one is needed? I've seen that rock candy making on TV, a long time ago now, very interesting to watch. I'd love to wander around The Rocks one day.ReplyDelete
I think the small ambulance is so it can dart around the city helping out before the big fellows arrive.Delete
So interesting seeing your photographs, and what a nice outing.ReplyDelete
I love the idea of the cafe growing herbs and veggies out the front, I've not come across that before, what a good idea.
All the best Jan
It was a good idea if your food required more taste it would be easy to give it a boost.Delete
A great and inclusive tour. Super pictures!ReplyDelete
Thank you fun to do.Delete
Thanks for the lovely tour, Merle. I was SO HAPPY to see Barb was with you. Is her Mother still living? Did she stop blogging? Please, PLEASE give her my very best. Thank you. The opera house looks very unique. Thanks for all your visits to my blog. SusanReplyDelete
Her mother is alive and well but frailer than she was but being over 100 she is doing well, will tell Barb you asked about her .Delete
Such a beautiful post, so many fantastic adventures..awesome photos. Must have been so nice having tea watching the boats go by! Lovely! Wishing you a magical day!ReplyDelete
Better in summer it was a cold day but still pretty good.Delete
Hello, it is fun visiting new places you never been before. I enjoyed the tour and photos. Great photos of you and Barb. I like the dinosaur and the Biggles sculptures. Enjoy your day and week ahead.ReplyDelete
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