To Darling Harbour

My brother-in-law wanted to drop us at the Darling Harbour but I preferred to walk to the harbor from our hotel. So after a hug and saying goodbye, we started our walk to the harbour. I simply loved the views along George Street.




Hungry Jacks

speak no evil..hear no evil..see no evil

Star Bar

fountain

to Darling harbour


We reached the Darling Harbour at about 5pm and it's already getting dark.

Comments

  1. wow...the see not evil monkeys..admiring the fountain...lovely shade of purple

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  2. I've been to Sydney 10 years ago. Simply love it!

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  3. waaaa i love the fountain....haizzz no chance to go sydney yet hopefully soon hahahah

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  4. Lovely photos...must visit these places...

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  5. The fountain is definitely eye catchy. Love the brilliance of the purple lighting.

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  6. Wow...that fountain looks certainly too amazing. :D Purple....

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  7. why call darling harbour? so funny name.

    agree with Tekkaus... nice fountain, where is our fountain in malaysia

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  8. Must be sad having to leave the beautiful place huh?

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  9. You're making me miss Sydney more, the last time was more than 10 years ago. Time for another visit, hopefully soon. :p

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  10. Very darlingy... i wanna go again!

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  11. with such nice weather, not a problem to walk. Unlike in M'sia, so scare of the hot sun!

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  12. Wow! The fountain is so nice!!!

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  13. Nice scenery.. yes.. received.. tq for your postcard....

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  14. I wish you a lot of fun at the quilt show. The quilts are looking so beautiful.

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  15. i think that's a good choice to walk.. see, you're able to see so many nice scenes.. :)

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  16. Love the photos ...beautiful buildings.. a must-see place.
    B xx

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  17. Love the photos ...beautiful buildings.. a must-see place.
    B xx

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  18. What handsome buildings. Love the monkeys! I would love to visit there one day.

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  19. I do alot of walking when travelling overseas. And I don't mind. Because in countries like Australia and NZ, streets and pedestrian walkways are good and conducive for walking. Unlike over here.

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  20. I completely agree with you. I have no point to raise in against of what you have said I think you explain the whole situation very well.

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