THREE TWO ONE!!
Fireworks waterfall from the bridge. Amazing!
Twitter keeps Sydney current. Tents were in place by 5:00 a.m. in coveted areas. No, not a gold rush, but a Fireworks Festival. The best viewing areas are FULL.
Thankfully, the apartment tower I am in has a viewing deck …just a few floors up. That’s where I will be.
Some of the locals begin the celebration…
And, hmmm, enjoying!
The exploring completed, the bus brought me back. Near my apartment, Frank from Italy, has a tiny bistro, tucked in a quiet lane. He created a fresh crisp salad …extra avocado, less chicken….while I enjoyed a cappuccino and read the paper.
The guide tells our group that up to 2000 people enjoy this view daily. Because of the summer heat, fewer tourists are here today.
Kata Tjuta is the mass of rock seen here in the distance.
Moa is the name of a large (up to 2 meters tall and 250 kg) extinct bird of New Zealand.
Along a winding trail in a seaside garden,
Two bikes, one life, and the whole world to see
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