147 photos from Sydney, Australia (2006)
Sydney in a nutshell: beautiful.
A pizza concoction Chef Anna put together. Such a treat.
Yes, Sydney, I am glad we have finally met.
I thought it was real interesting some bathrooms had syringe units.
Students of Macquarie enjoying the day.
Max Brenner coming correct.
The name says it all.
Alex always properly displays culinary excellence.
Nature looking beautiful.
I really like the colors.
Cookies from Anna's grandmother (I believe). Soo tasty with some milky tea.
I am such a fan of robots
Think about it.
Unusually symmetrical tree.
"Young lady, please be careful." Mr. Bird
After over a year, I was reunited with Jaffa Cakes. Unfortunately, I did not win a trip to Germany.
Fellow bean counters.
What can I say, that's Sydney.
Alex and I taking the car for a wash. Anna was pleased.
I think Quality Street may be my favorite candy.
Sound the alarms!!!
Calamari making an appearance.
Tim Tam + milky tea = sublime
Radio Shack TRS 80. State of the art for 1977.
I don't recall what this place is.
Hello kind sir.
That is what a talented barista can do.
The Sun always being boisterous.
Hummus, hummus, yum yum hummus..
Alex admiring the sprayers.
This man does no wrong!
I highly recommend this establishment.
Catching a quality wave.
That's what's up.
I highly recommend this museum.
Beautifully placed vine.
Lighting up the grey sky.
Scrumpdiddilyumptious pizza from none other than, the Pizza Man!
Hiding from the building.
Oh, you read my mind.
Don't ask me why I documented this experience. It just made sense at the time.
A friendly giant making its way through.
Anna coming through each and every time.
Colefax welcomed me with open arms.
Crackle, I am glad we are friends.
Yummy for my tummy.
Lead the way.
Alien jelly fish.
The o so wonderful, eggs benedict.
Money money money money. Money!
So many pretty sights.
Keep it coming!
After her bath. Looking so fine.
Alex, Anna, and a friendly watch dog.
More junk food. Yes!
Oh gosh. Thank you.
So many treats.
Part of the Boulton and Watt steam engine.
More sweet treats.
Tasty Thai food.
Star fish chillin'.
Junk food was definitely a theme on this trip.
"To nap or not to nap, that is the question."
Ah, the beach.
I had no idea the fish was going to be staring me down.
It capped off the meal perfectly.
The heavenly taste totally countered the heath effects
Shot of the International College of Management that Anna attended!
That was a tough putt.
Alex enjoying the sight.
Room is always made.
Lights, camera, action.
I don't think we have officially met.
My living quarters!
A fascinated young lad.
Talk about a hardy meal.
Chocolate volcano cake. It was very active.
The impressive, Sydney Opera House
Alex and Anna treating me to a little Sydney football match!
The city looking on with envy, counting down until the weekend.
The decision still haunts me. I will always wonder.
This sandwich was so legit!
International College of Management. Such a nice-looking building.
Good times at putt putt.
Anna really outdid herself with this one.
Waiter, one more please.
The logical abacus. Not quite sure how it worked.
Cool collage of junk.
Glimpse of what the Botanic Gardens has to offer.
Can I take all of you home?
I love omelets.
Sydney Harbour Bridge showing off.
A little one enjoying life.
*on one knee* *pulls ring out*
My new acquaintance. He was a professional beggar.
Shot of Macquarie University.
There is Anna! Keeping the kids straight as an RA.
Surfers tearing up the gnar.
The meat, potatoes, broccoli, mushrooms, gravy. It all just made sense.
One of the few somewhat healthy dinners.
Phony art. No pun intended.
This was a bakery special and it did not disappoint.
Taking a ride up to Taronga Zoo.
I really lucked out with this shot.