One Great Adventure at the Blue Mountains

Here’s another look back at my travels in Australia, the Land Down Under.

One weekend my brother-in-law told us to get ready for another fun-filled adventure. I wasn’t aware that we are going to the BLUE MOUNTAINS and  THREE SISTERS or even if I am aware, I have no idea what to expect. So off we go on a long distance driving up where lush greeneries are plenty. I didn’t know that it will require a lot of walking so I wasn’t able to wear a rubber shoes that time but my attire was comfortable enough.

The Greater Blue Mountains Area is listed on November 29, 2000 as one of the World Heritage Area by UNESCO. There are lots of activities that you can do while at the Blue Mountains like rock climbing, walking down or nature walks at Three Sisters, canyoning, and more.Blue Mountains NSW Australia 1
It was cold and foggy when we got there but that doesn’t stop us from exploring Blue Mountains National Park. We had our photos taken at the view deck where we can see Blue Mountains and Three Sisters Sandstone rock formation.

Blue Mountains NSW AustraliaBlue Mountains NSW Australia 4Walking down the stone steps called “The Giant Stairway” took us around over an hour !!. That was a long trail indeed. My sister was pregnant at that time so me and Micah just walked down to have an adventure.

It was so windy when arrived at the The Three Sisters ‘bridge. I always hold on to the grills because for fear that I might be blown away like the hat of my niece. It’s a once in a lifetime adventure for me and my niece, Micah.

Blue Mountains NSW Australia 5bridge connecting to the Three Sisters sandstone rock formation.
three sistersBlue Mountains NSW Australia 6posing at the Three Sisters- it’s windy and cold ! Look how tight we hold on to the grills.

Blue Mountains NSW Australia2Blue Mountains NSW Australia3Pausing after a long walk that took us over 2 hours back and forth. It’s tiring but worth the adventure!! If you have the opportunity to visit Sydney, don’t fail to go to Blue Mountains!

Pelican Feeding at The Entrance – NSW Australia

(I’ll be posting my old travel photos)

My very 1st airplane ride and out of the country flight was in Australia on February 9, 2005 via Cathay Pacific with stop over in Hongkong. Arrived Sydney Airport in Sydney Australia early morning of Feb. 10, 2005 with 9 hours flight. Very memorable flight. Stayed in Australia for 3 months (Feb. 9- May 9, 2005)

The next day after my arrival, my sister and brother-in-law already wanted to tour me around Australia so we drove to THE ENTRANCE and stayed in a hotel from February 11-13, 2005.

The Entrance is located at Central Coast in New South Wales (NSW), Australia and is known as the “Pelican Capital of Australia”. There are various activities to do there are fishing, surfing, boating, waterskiing, walking or strolling, shopping, picnic, bike riding, watching various entertainment that every families will enjoy.

The Entrance NSW AustraliaThe Entrance NSW Australia 2Micah, my niece was only 11 that time and I still have my long hair

The Entrance NSW Australia 3

The famous PELICAN FEEDING every 3:30 pm everyday attracts thousands of tourists

The Entrance NSW Australia 4The Entrance NSW Australia 5We enjoyed our time while we are there and I remember strolling down the beach and just savor the fresh Australian air. I wish I can come back there in the future!  Australia is love, love, love!

Central Coast, NSW Australia

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