Saturday, 29 December 2007

Le Baie de Watson au coucher du soleil, jeudi nuit




Les Australiens principalement, vivent près de la mer, et les plages qui sont situées autour du port de Sydney, personnifient le style de vie que nous avons toujours apprécié.

Watson's Bay at Sunset, on a Thursday night.
Australians mainly, live close to the sea, and the harbourside beaches of Sydney epitomize the lifestyle we have always enjoyed.

11 comments:

oldmanlincoln said...

Living it up while we suffer in -17 degree C weather with snow up to our knees is not nice. I admire your adventures though and wish I could be there with you all. Looks like fun. Here it is just plain cold. Not much fun.

Anonymous said...

They say Doyles on the beach is the best sea food in Sydney......Derek

Rich said...

Looks good!!

Marie said...

Wow, vous allez faire des jaloux, M. Benaut. C'est votre famille sur les photos?

Maria said...

Ah. Just ah. It is 2 degrees here....

Terroni said...

I'm with Maria. Well, not right with her, but close enough. It's freezing here, and your beach pictures warm me up with thoughts of summer.

Mme Benaut said...

Marie, the family on the beach are strangers however I am peering at you through sunglasses. Despite this strange photo, I really do have 2 breasts!

Mme Benaut said...

Terroni and Maria - we just love to warm you up!

Mme Benaut said...

Derek - hope you had a good flight home. Yes, so they say about Doyles - it is after all a tradition to eat at Doyles at Watson's Bay at least once in your life but we were in fact seated in the Watson's Bay Hotel, next door. I had the most delicious Atlantic Salmon that I've ever eaten, there.

Bergson said...

La vie est trop difficile en australie.

Je reste en France avec le gel et le verglas

claude said...

J'aimerais bien vivre au bord de la mer et tout spécialement en Caraïbe ou en Méditerranée. Les couchers de soleil y sont somptueux.