Australia is the most diverse country on earth, and the Sydney harbor is a microcosm of this beautiful tapestry. Walking around the harbor we saw some of the best street performers in the world, from juggling a torch, a sword, and an apple to ethnic music from all reaches of the globe. As we were leaving the harbor I looked across the water to see the most terrifying thing I have ever seen, the last picture. I’m not sure what this giant face was an entrance for, but for some reason I think it was the entrance to a cemetery.
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Walking around the Sydney harbor on a cold winter day I noticed this old, old wooden ship. If I remember correctly it was called thes Diversity and was from the civil war era. After walking by Diversity I stopped at a souvenir stand and bought a coin purse made from a Kangaroo’s scrotum. Australia is the land of wonder.
I had seen pictures of the Sydney Opera House thousands of times before I got the chance to make it down to Australia. We cruised down the river on a rivercat and landed at the Sydney harbor. The sun hit the water illuminating the entire landscape with beautiful shadows. Of everything I have ever seen, I have to say that the Opera House is the most beautiful structure I have ever encountered.