Australia Redux

My posting yesterday on our last day in Australia got me thinking about what we did the other days.

All told, we spent five days (six nights) in Australia in 2011 and I uploaded eight postings that covered our experiences on the first four full days. I also devoted a posting to planning our vacation and another on why we travel and why we pick specific destinations.

I took more than 1800 photos on our 2011 trip (eleven days in New Zealand prior to the six days in Sydney). Here’s my favorite:

One day when we were visiting Patty's Market on the edge of Sydney's Chinatown I came across this calligraphy booth.

One day when we were visiting Paddy’s Markets on the edge of Sydney’s Chinatown I came across this calligraphy booth.

And here are the links to the ten postings:

1. Seven Steps for Planning our 2011 Vacation.

2. We Travel to Meet People.

3. Our Stay at the Radisson in Sydney.

4. Sydney’s Sensational Circular Quay.

5. My 11 Favorite Photos of the Sydney Opera House.

6. The Nine Most Beautiful Bridges in the World (there’s one in Australia).

7. Sydney’s Chinese Garden of Friendship.

8. Seeing Sydney’s Sights (our adventure on an open-air sightseeing bus).

9. The Nicest Walk in Sydney: Royal Botanic Garden and Domain.

10. Sydney’s Finest Art Museum.

Tomorrow I’ll get back to our 2014 trip to Paris.

About crowcanyonjournal

I am a family man with interests in family history, photography, history and travel.
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2 Responses to Australia Redux

  1. Rajiv says:

    This is a super series of photos

  2. mvschulze says:

    Have been reading up on your New Zealand and Australian vacations today – a lot of reading, and photos, most enjoyable. M

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