Allgemein hat uns Sydney sehr beeindruckt und sehr gut gefallen. Neben den obligatorischen Highlights wie der Harbourbridge und dem Opernhaus streiften wir durch das alte Hafenviertel und gingen auf Tuchfuehlung mit den vorwitzigen Kakadus im Park, echte Spassvoegel sind das.
From the charming NZ we were drawn to another continent and another world. Walking through the huge city looking for two beds in a dorm we couldn't believe that there was no free space in any of the many hostels in the center (where you want to stay if you don't intent to travel by train for one hour to see the Opera House). In the end we found a semi-official place near Elisabeth street. Then we were exploring Darling Harbour with our mouths wide open: a huge skyline, streetperformers everywhere (from comedy to breakdancing you could have it all), firework and heaps of women who were dressed to kill. I mean the dresses were so short that from time to time you had to turn away in shame because you could see just a tiny bit to much of that bum (I turned, anyway..). Saturday night in Sydney, that's just pure party. There are partboats, clubs and even partybuses (literally a club on wheels). We felt a bit underdressed in our travelsandals and t-shirts but were enjoying the show anyway.
Generally Sydney impressed us and we really liked it. Besides the must see's like the harbour bridge and the opera house we strolled through the old docks and met some cheeky kakadoo's in the park.