Europe 2018: Sydney

… by day and by night. After returning to the Southern Hemisphere with the A380 waka and having a good 1.5 night’s sleep, everything was ok again. Crushed the jet-lag under a load of fried chicken and toured Sydney like a good tourist.

Spice Girls at Paddy’s Market.
Trying on these sunglasses.
And those.
What’s next?
Just a street.
Food court!
A couple of streets in Haymarket that seem to consist of Chinese restaurants.
Walking to the Botanic Gardens.
Old and new.
Rest in Hyde Park.
Threskiornis strolling past.
Archibald Fountain – Dramatic circa-1932 art deco fountain with lots of bronze statuary & adjacent seating.
Australian white ibis.
Dad makes a memory.
St Mary’s Church.
A really modern Mary that lives here.
What??? That’s triple the size of what ferns do in NZ.
More ibis.
The Opera House and first walk-victims.
Then: Jogging the last staircase up to the actual building.
The Harbour Bridge.
Reflections and see trhough.
We were here!
Turn around. Here too.
Circular Quai artist.
Just a tiny bit tired.
Art in the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sun Xun.
Sun Xun
Great film.
John Mawurndjul – aboriginal art
John Mawurndjul – I am the old and the new
Khadim Ali, ‘The Arrival’ on the foyer wall at the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia (MCA), Circular Quay West entrance.
Harbour Bridge.
Evening Light at 4pm.
Other side of tourist central.
Light and murals at Kimber Lane.
Ghosts at Chinatown.
Two fire brigade trucks and hell of a noise.
Light lines.
See you tomorrow!
Bus crosses intersection.
Food stalls.
Squid and other yummy things on sticks.
Corn, squid and something unidentifyable, also on sticks.
Creative dough stretching.
People at Chinatown.
A very long line at the Emperor’s Cream Puffs Shop.


Donations in form of Darbo Preiselbeer Kompott are greatly appreciated ;)