Travel Diary: Darling Harbour

I hadn’t heard of Darling Harbour until I was taken there. What great views of the skyline!

I went with family for lunch and a look around the museum, which involved boarding two Royal Navy ships, one submarine and a replica of the HMS Endeavour. The Endeavour was particularly fascinating when walking (sometimes crawling) around, it gave a real insight as to the living conditions of the day.



The staff were very informative and friendly, one lady told me her husband was from Newcastle after recognising my accent.

What a great day to be at sea.

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Sam

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12 thoughts on “Travel Diary: Darling Harbour”

    1. Yeah it is a small world indeed! And I find that is the case every time I travel. Thanks for the kind words, the weather has been kind to me so far.

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      1. I think there is a beauty in that. As much as I enjoy taking photos, I feel it’s great to be able to just go and enjoy yourself without the 21st century pressures of having to take photos everywhere. I’m glad you had a beautiful holiday!

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