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Christmas Down Under

Sean and I visited Sydney in December 2011 for Christmas.  We loved the beautiful city and its laid back lifestyle.  The people are warm, friendly and helpful.  What I loved most are the century-old colonial houses, churches and buildings that are still standing and being preserved.  Sydney has so much culture and history and I’d definitely go back to explore and learn more.

Here are some photos taken from our trip.  This is a work in progress so do come back and check us out again for more snapshots.  Enjoy.

On the ferry going to Manly Island

On the ferry going to Manly Island

Manly Beach

Manly Beach

The Rocks

The Rocks

Underneath Harbour Bridge

Underneath Harbour Bridge

Locals playing chess in the park

Locals playing chess in the park

Sydney Tower Eye

Sydney Tower Eye

St Mary's Cathedral

St Mary’s Cathedral

St Mary's Cathedral

St Mary’s Cathedral

Sean posing with Skippy at the Australian Museum

Sean posing with Skippy at the Australian Museum

Harbour Bridge and Sydney Opera House view from Mrs Macquarie

Harbour Bridge and Sydney Opera House view from Mrs Macquarie

Mrs Macquarie's Point

Mrs Macquarie’s Point

Mrs Macquarie's Chair

Mrs Macquarie’s Chair

Sydney Opera House

Sydney Opera House

Darling Harbour

Darling Harbour

Darling Harbour

Darling Harbour

Lord Nelson Hotel, Est 1841

Lord Nelson Hotel, Est 1841

Pretty little church

Sydney Opera House from a different angle

Sydney Opera House from a different angle

Old houses

Old houses

Beautiful butterfly in Sydney Aquarium and Wildlife

Beautiful butterfly in Sydney Aquarium and Wildlife

Sleepy Koala bear

Sleepy Koala bear

It's Joey!

It’s Joey!

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