I've just finished my exam today and I'm in a particularly good mood.
Only one more to go, ohyeaaaaa *smug grin*
Aight, here's another sequel – the 7th blogisode – for my Sydney trip!
Taken along some wharf area 🙂
So being a typical tourist, I was seen with enthusiasm plastered on my face and lugging around my camera.
Just as I pointed my shooter to this buggy-wuggy looking train, the driver grinned, waved…
and shouted "HEY!!" to me 😀
We kept walking and walking; it was nice to feel the cool breeze against my skin.
Best part was, it was evening by the time we got there.
Yay! For the sun was just beginning to set 😀 😀
The sunset was too pretty to miss!
So I took a moment to sit by the waters and yeah, started shooting away
Leaning back : just a random piccie of my Converse
As we kept walking, I realized we've finally reached the huge bridge of Darling Harbour!
It's really up high and we took an escalator up.
It was an excellent view along the entire bridge – admiring the city skyline
With couzzie Bernice atop the bridge!
It's a reaaallllyyyyyy long bridge across the sea.
But long walks can really be a pleasant experience, especially if you have a picturesque scenery like this!
Stopped to take so many pictures!
You can see puddles on the pathway, remember when I told you it was really cloudy leading up to a wet weather in the afternoon whilst I was at the Sydney Opera House?
Yeah. I'm glad the rain cleared up now, making way for the peeking rays of the sun!
OMG OMG did you notice the rainbow in the background? 😀 😀
I never spotted it until I saw this photo
Various office buildings along the crystal clear waters
I had an odd sense of deja vu whilst walking along this route.
It somehow reminded me of a certain spot I walked past in Clarke Quay, Singapore. It looks almost similar!
When we were finally done with the breathtaking view, we adjourned for dinner.
But before that, I came across this strange fountain-like thingy and the first thing that came to my mind was that I just HAD to run around the spirals.
BUT IMMEDIATELY STOPPED MYSELF FROM DOING SO BECAUSE I SAW A GROUP OF 5 YEAR OLDS
DOING EXACTLY WHAT I WAS JUST ABOUT TO EMBARRASS MYSELF WITH
Hmmmmmmm…. at least I'm glad to know that my inner child still reigns.
Passed by the Chinese Garden of Friendship!
This stone lion/dragon above must be the guardian of its gates
… which somehow reminds me of Mulan. The great stone dragon which Mushu broke
Speaking of stone animals, something very peculiar caught my eye.
What on earth is this?
It was a stone sheep/ewe/ram suspended in mid-air
My, my… you must be having fun defying gravity
And I certainly had fun becoming a shepherd for a fair bit
BAAA RAMM YUUU! To your breed, your fleece, your clan be true, sheep be true! BAAA RAMM YUUU!
(quoted from one of my fave award-winning film Babe, the sheep-pig, released in 1995)
Omigosh and finally we began to head home.
I had such an amazing time – a full day out from 9 o'clock in the morning until past 8pm!
Was about to pass out the moment I got home! Oh but before that, I'd like to remind you to….
Sign me up for any sheep-wrestling competition!
… because I know the sheep password 😛 😛