Second Sunday after Epiphany 2015

18 Jan

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Bombo Beach, early morning, Saturday, 17th January 2015

Bombo Beach, early morning, Saturday, 17th January 2015

http://www.wordwebonline.com/search.pl?ww=7&w=Bombo%20Beach

Yesterday, on the way to Kiama, we stopped at Bombo Beach to take some pictures. We had left home early to beat the midday heat. So far we have had a glorious summer here in the Illawarra of NSW, Australia.

Sitting in the car I took this picture of Peter photographing Bombo Beach.

Sitting in the car I took this picture of Peter photographing Bombo Beach.

This is a park in Kiama.

This is a park in Kiama.

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We had found a parking spot in Kiama near this church.

We had found a parking spot in Kiama near this church.

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In this 100 year old building, that used to be a Fire Station, is an Art Centre now.

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This is where we had coffee and ice-cream.

This is where we had coffee and ice-cream.

I decided to have Tropical Gelato: This was yummy!

I decided to have Tropical Gelato: This was yummy!

Peter had Chocolate Ice-Cream.

Peter had Chocolate Ice-Cream.

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Kiama attracts a lot of tourists. It is a good place for retirement. Some great shops along the main road. We looked into a few of the shops and bought a few little gifts.

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http://www.visitnsw.com/destinations/south-coast/kiama-area/kiama

6 Responses to “Second Sunday after Epiphany 2015”

  1. natswans January 19, 2015 at 12:09 am #

    Oh my what a beautiful place , well I wouldn’t mind retiring there.
    Lovely pictures and that ice cream oh looks so yummy.
    Thank you Uta for sharing , took me away for a while from the overcast and wet days here.
    Happy days and best wishes to you both. x

    • auntyuta January 19, 2015 at 7:06 am #

      Thank you, Sheila.
      Yes, Kiama would be a nice place for retirement. However, you’d have to have quite a bit of money to buy a house or a unit there.
      Wishing you well, dear Sheila.
      Love, Uta 🙂

  2. Robert M. Weiss January 19, 2015 at 3:45 am #

    Kiama looks like a beautiful and interesting place to visit.

    • auntyuta January 19, 2015 at 7:08 am #

      This is how we feel about it, Robert. We love to go for a visit to Kiama! 🙂

  3. aussieian2011 January 19, 2015 at 11:38 pm #

    Cant recall if I have ever been to Kiama Uta, but those cows do look familiar, or I have seen them similar down Bendigo way in Victoria, the church and firestation are great remnants of our colonial days.
    Great pics as usual.
    Regards
    Ian

    • auntyuta January 20, 2015 at 6:16 am #

      Good morning, Ian. Thanks very much for commenting. Hope you and Ana are okay. Have a great day! 🙂
      Love,
      Uta

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