Blue Mountains, NSW, AU
After the Opera House we turned around…literally, we physically turned around…and got a photo with the harbor bridge.
So that’s Sydney…check.
Guess we could have gone to the beach but we’ve kinda already done that a fair bit.
The other thing that’s in Sydney is our friend Dan, who invited us to go hiking in one of his old tromping grounds: The Blue Mountains.
Disembodied audience voice: “Now wait a sec. You said Dan? As in the guy you went hiking with before?”
Us: “Yeah, him”
Disembodied audience voice: “From New Zealand? That guy?”
Disembodied audience voice: You signed up to do this again after what happened last time?
Us: Yeah, well we didn’t really think that part through…
Disembodied audience voice: So how’d that work out for you?
Us: The views were epic!
Disembodied audience voice: Uh huh…right yeah not what we meant. So, again, how’d that work out for you?
Us: Oh, about the same as last time. At least this time there were stairs…
(Ps – the Blue Mountains are called that because the eucalyptus trees in the area release a large amount of eucalyptus oils into the air, which causes a blue haze to appear over the trees. The area has also been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site since of 2000.)
Our video editing computer suffered massive hard drive failure during the editing process of this final video. Good news: we back up like fiends so no real data loss. Bad news: until we can coax a little more life out of this thing you’ll just have to amuse yourself with videos of our previous hiking adventures in New Zealand.
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