Towards the end of my year in Australia I started getting lazy. Not just I've-had-one-too-many-going-away-parties-last-night sort of lazy, but Australian lazy. The I-can't-be-bothered-but-I'll-pretend-I-care type of lazy. I know you understand, especially if you're Australian.
So, rather than drone on about some tourist thing you will either never get to or one you were heading to anyway, I will save you the trouble. Here are the photos I would have put up anyway, just without the words.
Why? Well, luckily for me, this is my website and I can do what I want with it. One day down the road I may come back to it and explain the photos. I don't know. And just in case that happens I have included a few lines of text to remind me of the time. On top of that, if I do finish these pages, there will be no way to let you know as I don't have Facebook
Even if I did have a Facebook page, it wouldn't matter because my total fan count is teetering on 2, maybe 3, and for the potentially three people who read this website religiously, I am hope you like the photos from WA Road Trip, Brissy and Sydney: Part 2. For the rest of you, I don't care because according to my website analytics, you are going to leave this website within the next 50 seconds. Most visitors won't even have made it through this paragraph before bouncing off the site.
On that note, if any other folks are out there traveling Australia or have traveled it, and want to add a page or two, please feel free. Who knows, maybe your writing will double my fan base.
Sydney Harbor Bridge
Jason Biggs, that guy from American Chopper and other people you forgot were famous have dined here.
Open all night.
Picasso Exhibition was taking place and the art gallery.
100 stories up you can enjoy a buffet for only $65 and, yes, it is better than the food court in the shopping center below.
The Sydney Tower Buffet was good. I would say, however that it is a palce for normal people to feel like they are rich. Remember, no matter how much you dress this deal up, it is still a buffet. For a fancy meal go to the fine dining restaurant and bar one floor below. The views are better and it has a bar.
Bring your spare wallet, because this brandy old fashioned is $20.
The view from the 360 bar is well worth it and made a perfect treat to cap off over 365 days living down under.
First Impressions of Melbourne