Blues in the Mountain
Salam. One of the must-see places in Sydney is the Scenic World Blue Mountain. We took off from the hotel as early as 6 o'clock in the morning to avoid traffic jam. I had a good sleep throughout the 2 and a half hour's trip there (by road).
|"The Three Sisters"|
What greeted us was this mountain, looking so blue against the skies. It's hard not to fall in love with the panoramic view. And even harder not to acknowledge the Greatness of the Almighty Allah swt. for those who believe.
|So Blue Against the Skies|
I however was missing Junior so very much up there, wonder why. May be I hadn't got the time to call him the day before, due to hectic schedule of my Super Negotiator thingy.
|View from Mary's Lookout|
That explains why I didn't have much pictures taken at this wonderful place. All I knew then was that I've just gotta come back with Junior next time around. So I refused to even take a ride in the famous sky view cable car. Not without him.
|What a freezing place it was.|
|The Three Sisters' Monuments.. Not A Single Piece of Thread On.|
Having decided that, I found solace in my heart. Alhamdulillah. So I enjoyed the scenery by myself while most of us went for the sky view, which later on invited superb feedbacks from them.
|Mus & Yun, the 'Guitarists'|
At least the above Malaysian students were around most of the time. I wish I had sisters to match make them with. Seriously. Very responsible young guys.
|The Freezing Moment|
When everybody was available, we headed to see the kangaroos and koalas and the rest of their gang.
I left the Blue Mountain with a resolution to come back, sooner I hope, rather than later.
Insya Allahu Ta'ala.
That's all folks. Thanks for being with me, love you for that.
Yours truly, TPJ.