A Sunny Sunday in Sydney

This morning, at the breakfast table, Peter and I were reminiscing about that day when we saw Angie and Roy in Sydney. I found out now, that this was more than eight years ago!


We arrived at 10,30 am at Martin Place station to meet Angie and Roy at 11 am. We walked along Macquarie Street to their hotel and Peter took some pictures along the way. When we arrived at the hotel they offered us refreshments straightaway. And we soon got into talking amiably.

Later on we had Japanese lunch with them at the Opera House. The sky had cleared for the day. In beautiful sunshine we walked up to the Opera House. Peter took some pictures. When my lunch arrived Peter took a picture of that too. I had ordered a vegetarian roll. It looked beautiful with the avocado on top and cut up in small pieces. Somehow I managed to eat all this with chopsticks! I spiced every piece with soy sauce, horseradish and ginger. Delicious! The others had ordered something with fish. They all commented that my dish looked much…

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2 thoughts on “A Sunny Sunday in Sydney

  1. Time does fly, indeed, Cat. When we talked this morning about how we were able to see Angie and Roy in Sydney, we had an idea that we could afford to spend a couple of nights in the InterContinental where Angie and Roy had stayed. Why not support our regional hotels? All the visitors who cannot travel overseas because of the Corona Virus could save money by not travelling very far anymore and could instead stay close by in hotels!

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