We had a trip to Sydney over the Easter long weekend along with a short cruise thrown in for Cotton Carnival 2016. So this had to be the focus of this month's post.
I happily snapped pictures as we went along including some odd ones taking in the shapes that they formed. I must be thinking possible quilt designs. Like this one.
Our first full day saw us take a stroll across the Sydney Harbour Bridge after a drive in and a train ride to the other side of the bridge so we could walk back towards our cruise ship the Carnival Spirit. Nice to see her there waiting for us.
What a great view from up there.
Then we were cruising for a few days. Not a lot of pictures as I was attending the Cotton Carnivale conference so some work involved. It was good though.
On our last day in Sydney staying with my Aunty & Uncle they took us to the Blue Mountains for the day to see the Three Sisters and the sites. We had a great time even though there were fog and low cloud so we were having trouble taking in the view.
But we did see these little statues along the walking trail. There was more.
So we headed off as the view wasn't coming out and stopped in Blackheath for lunch and some shopping. I found a fabric shop to spend some money in and we cruised around a antique shop which I came out with an iron for my collection. The sewing machines they had were nice but there was no way of getting them home.
On the way home we stopped at the Three Sisters again to see if the fog had cleared. Finally we saw them.
Now that is a view compared to the earlier photo but the place was packed compared to our morning visit with no view but it still had a special feel to it. Then we continue home to rest up for the trip home the next day.
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Until Next Time