what to write about today? nothing came to mind..
I had an appointment with my herbalist and had half an hour to kill, so I walked up & down the main street of Katoomba and snapped a few photos.. looking very much like the tourists that surrounded me.
Katoomba is a mecca for tourists.. they all travel from all over the world, to see the famous Three sisters at Echo Point, which i believe is one of the most sacred sites of the world.
I thought I might share a few photos from my wandering...
Katoomba street is full of coffee shops, cafes and other outside eateries. The Pomegranate is just one and they serve freshly squeezed orange juice which is to die for, really.
not Abbey Rd, no. just a pedestrian crossing at the top of Katoomba st.. looking onto an old building which now houses a junk shop
local artists paint murals on the brick side wall of many of the buildings.. this one is a reproduction of an old photo taken at Katoomba Falls in earlier days.
not quite a french flower market but these flowers caught my eye as I walked up the hill.
this is where we buy our wines usually. they have many fine wines from wine producing areas in NSW.
the bus stop outside the Carrington Hotel.. a famous landmark which you can see peeking out in the background.. Dutch husband and I love this place alot.. we even stay there every now and then. another time, i will take you there
many of the buildings that dot the street are Art Deco style.. slowly, slowly they are being restored
[just a few snapshots taken in one of my favourite towns, not far from Inglewood]