A Day In The A Blue Mountains.

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Friday, 31 August 2012

Day 244/366


Last day of winter.
End of the month.
End of the week.
The pressure is on at work.
So what better way to relax than to go to tapas in North Sydney with Mr Honey Pie, Second Son, and Youngest Son.
We went to Delicado Foods where we sat outdoors, yes outdoors, in freezing cold and wet weather at 6.30 p.m.  
But not to worry, we were seated in a cosy closed-in area with two gas heaters blaring until it was a relief to have one switched off.
Mr Honey Pie has to work on Sunday, that is Father's Day here in Australia, so this was a great chance for our two boys to spend some time with their Dad.
We had a beetroot and goat's cheese croquette as starters and they were delicious.  And that's coming from someone who hates goat's cheese.
Another outstanding dish was the melt in your mouth pork.
Spanish dining wouldn't be complete without a serving of Churros con Chocolate, dulce de leche.  (For my ever craving sweet tooth!)
Afterwards we braved the cold and walked to Youngest Son's apartment building.
He only moved in a month ago so this is my first visit to his new home.
I took the above photograph from the car park of his apartment.
I only had my very poor photo taking mobile phone.
As you can see there is a lot of 'noise' in this photo but this has happened because I zoomed in to take the photo.  I have uploaded it without editing.
Despite this, I like the effect achieved; I think it gives the photo a canvas look.
Tomorrow; first day of Spring.











2 comments:

  1. I like that shot!!! Your dinner sounds yummy too!!

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  2. Love it, it has a lovely city wintry feel.

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