On the way to the top. Sydney Harbour Bridge viewed from the pedestrian passage way.
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Recently my youngest daughter went on her first major school excursion. The trip took four days. Two of which where spent travelling. She had spent the entire year in the height of excitment. Absolutely determined that she was going. At ten years old, it’s a huge thing to get onto a big Tour Bus with all your school mates. To leave home and parents for the first time. To set foot in the exciting (and a little scary) big world. Eleven hours later they would arrive in the “big smoke” – Sydney.

Armed with a tiny video/camera ($79 from Target, a memory card and 3 AAA batteries + spares) she recorded her journey. The results of her photographic endevours are absolutely amazing. Over the next few days I will post some of her “gems”.

A glass building with reflections of the street below
Taken from the bus window.
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The Mono Rail.
The best mode of transport for all things “Tourist”.(c)musicgal2012 Lorelle Press


The Mono Rail is the easiest mode of transport in the City CBD. It travels to all the major tourist destinations such as the Musiums, the Aquarium and the Harbour Side.

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