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View from the Bridge

Yesterday was a beautiful sunny day in Sydney and I was meeting my great friend ELW and one of her (very lovely) sons in Darlinghurst, one of Sydney’s inner city suburbs where the cool crowd crosses paths with the homeless crowd & ladies-of-the-night crowd. We were having breakfast so, in true Camino training style, I thought I would walk from my home on the north side to make the most of the beautiful day. And get in an 8.5km walk before breakfast.

Here are some pics from my walk across the Harbour Bridge. The view is pretty spectacular and I committed to walking that way more often to check out our pretty city. If you’ve not done it before (or not for a while), I really recommend that you do.

Our House
Our House
Our House, as seen through the Harbour Bridge fencing
Our House, as seen through the Harbour Bridge fencing
Looking up
Looking up
It looks like a cage, but I promise it doesn't really feel like it
It looks like a cage, but I promise it doesn’t really feel like it
Looking out to the Heads
Looking out to the Heads
And there's (part of) the city
And there’s (part of) the city

It reminds me of the Dr Seuss book…DID I EVER TELL YOU HOW LUCKY YOU ARE?

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