Monday, April 28, 2014

Sydney Harbour National Park: Watson Bay Cliff Walk and Robertson Park


Sad to tell that I'm leaving for Penang again tomorrow after spending three leisure weeks here in Sydney. Not much sight-seeing was done this trip. Mr. Choo had to work on most days and I got stuck at home playing and running around like mad with Bella. LOL. Just kidding. We were just bonding like mother and daughter, a really spoiled one.

Last Monday, we took Bella out for another short walk. She's literally outgoing. And The Gap Park was what we've chosen.  

Sydney Harbour National Park: Fairfax walk
Don Ritchie Grove.
It's named after a former Second World War Naval Veteran who saved 164 lives from suicide.

Sydney Harbour National Park: Fairfax walk
I brought a scarf. You'll never know when it gets cold.

Sydney Harbour National Park: Fairfax walk
Sydney City skyline view from one of the lookout points. Amazing.

Sydney Harbour National Park: Fairfax walk
A giant rock stack behind us.

Sydney Harbour National Park: Fairfax walk
The Dunbar's anchor recovered in 1907 by local residents.

Sydney Harbour National Park: Fairfax walk
The Gap, a well-known suicide spot on the South Head looking out over the Tasman Sea.

Sydney Harbour National Park: Fairfax walk
Don't worry, Bella. I'm not gonna end my life here =p

Sydney Harbour National Park: Fairfax walk
Look at the bright side, we had companions from all over the world!

Sydney Harbour National Park: Gap Bluff Lookout
It's a shame that we did not make it to Gap Bluff as dogs are prohibited in that area.

Robertson Park, Watson Bay: Running with Bella
Mr. Choo running Bella down to Robertson Park after a short break. Yay! I smell picnic!!!

Robertson Park, Watson Bay: Picnic
We ordered take-away. My Fish & Chips was overly done and too much batter. #CarbOverdosed

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