Off to Sydney

I’m off to Sydney today for a few days with the kids, on the trip I booked in July.

Hoping to walk across the harbour bridge, ride the monorail and the ferries, go to Tooronga Zoo, all that good stuff.

Hopefully the flight home won’t be a long saga of delays like the last couple of times.

PS. Tuesday 10pm. Back. Had a good time. Will post in excruciating detail over the next few days, as always.

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7 thoughts on “Off to Sydney”

  1. 1
    Roger says:

    Monorail? Ferries? You just can’t keep away from public transport!
    PS My older daughter came back from a rally in the city today (global warming) with a “More trains=Less traffic” sticker. Sound familiar? Can’t really put that on my bumper bar…

  2. 2
    anon says:

    Roger, I think the message is ‘My car wouldn’t be in your way if there was a train’ but that’s too long for a bumper sticker.

  3. 3
    Frank says:

    be sure to take a tour of the toilet paper factory, tht would b a laugh

  4. 4

    I would ignore the monorail and the tram in Sydney, they are a joke for the locals. Darling Harbour and Chinatown are great to walk around though.

  5. 5
    Clay says:

    Bugger the city! Head to the Mountains!

  6. 6
    Jen says:

    And it’s TARonga Zoo! :-)

  7. 7
    Tulladude says:

    Did you take a look at the Lighthorse Interchange on Westlink M7 where it intersects with Wallgrove Rd & the Western Motorway :D?? Simply amazing. Hopefully Melbourne will have some freeway interchanges like this one day, hopefully soon :) :D

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