We are in Sydney (Australia) at the moment, visiting family and having a great time.
Today we took a ferry over to Watson’s Bay, where we went for a walk along the cliff-tops of The Gap to look at the surprisingly small entrance to Sydney Harbour, enjoyed the playground (away from the cliff-top!), then had lunch at a delightful cafe in the local library.
While climbing up to the cliff-top, Fainjin noticed the sandstone boulders adjacent to the path, and enthused, “Hey Dad! I can do some rock-climbing!”
He chose a boulder of about his own height, and attempted to scale it, but found it was a bit too smooth at first attempt. He stood back, regarded it carefully, then tutted. “Dat’s the wrong rock.”
Luckily, The Dad was more than happy to lend a hand, and the pair of them scaled the “wrong” rock and then the one above it, only to re-join us a few minutes later flushed with their success.
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