Hello from Wollongong!

I had a quick trip south of Sydney today to a place called Wollongong, although we didn’t venture into the city. Instead we stopped of at a great pub for lunch and had a drive over the Sea Cliff Bridge, which can be seen if you look reaaaally closely in the below image.

It was a great drive, however it was sad to see so much of the bush around us black from fires. It really shows what challenge firefighters have to contain a wildfire, as well as how easy it is to set one. 

There were some pretty nice cars along the journey, with some pretty happy dogs inside them. 

Lunch with a view.

What are you doing this weekend? Let me know, and have a great one!


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41 thoughts on “Hello from Wollongong!”

    1. I have heard from a few businessmen in the hotel I work at that they are heading back to some pretty cold weather in London… Must be interesting to travel between two seasons in such a short space of time! I hope the weather picks up a little for you 🙂

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  1. Whoa, there’s a blast from the past! I used to live there, many years ago. My Mum was pregnant with my Sister whilst we were living there, and Sis was delivered in Sydney. The year was 1968, so l am figuring it has changed enormously since then 🙂

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    1. Cool! I bet it has, although being so new to the area I would have little idea of those changes! It would be nice for you to see the changes for yourself, I bet it is fascinating.

      It’s great to know that you lived here!

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    1. I asked my friend, she said they often are but it could be something like a dropped cigarette, so they aren’t always intentional… sometimes just carelessness. They could well start naturally I guess, although I will have to look into it 🙂

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    1. Where are you? When I’m back home I enjoy the thought of summer… But admittedly when I’m in high humidity I do think what it would be like to be walking in the snow like my friends back home haha. Although today, I’m grateful for the lovely weather we have here in Sydney.


      1. Just keep thinking of it… It will here before you know it 🙂

        Japanese winters look pretty intense too, I have seen the snow you get over there!


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