Sunday, 30 December 2007

Avec le Sydney Harbour Bridge à l'arrière-plan.





Notre jour final à Sydney. Tout le monde s'amusait en plein air, y compris Sarah et Nicolas au café extérieur de l'Opéra de Sydney. Bonjour, mes nouveaux amis ! Demain nous serons à Adelaïde une fois de plus.

Our final day in Sydney. Everybody enjoying themselves in the open air, including Sarah and Nick at the Opera House outdoor cafe. Tomorrow we will be back in Adelaide once more.

12 comments:

dive said...

How can you stand it, living in such a cold and damp country, Monsieur B?

Actually, if you listen really carefully, you can hear my teeth chattering here in grim Blighty.

M.Benaut said...

Dive, old mate, if you pop over tomorrow it will only be 39° and you'll be forced to eat fresh garfish, lightly crumbed and cooked, outside. The house is too damned hot. We will have a few mates around and play Pétanque around 8:40pm, when the sun has set.
Local rules dictate that one must have a glass of wine in the other hand at all times.
Those coming from the northern islands are permitted to drink Gin !

calusarus said...

Nice shots.

dive said...

The fish sounds great, MB, but anything over 24 centigrade wipes me out. Whew!

Jilly said...

Looks like you had a great time in Sydney. Happy New Year!

lynn said...

Wow. garden chess is fab fun. I adore chess anyway. Great shots, these. Glad you had a great time, if horribly hot.

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Maria said...

What a somber group of people....:)

Marie said...

Nice photo of beautiful people.

I hope it's not you watching the chess players (or else you would have let your stomach grow during the holidays). (lol)

Rich said...

I've go to get to sydney some one of these days/years

claude said...

C'est un bel endroit, la baie de Sydney avec ce pont et l'Opéra !

Bergson said...

M Benaut est souvent en vacances à Sydney .

rencontres tu les blogueurs de Sydney comme Sally