HOOkay, so this post will be on blue mountains and the jenolan caves, which is quite a disappointment for me because I was expecting to see a majestic/breathtaking view at Blue Mountains, but when I get there I was like "This is It??" and the 'zzz' face. Then we went to the Jenolan Caves because it was part of the package and it was nothing much also. Caves. Just caves with stalactites and stalagmites formations inside. Very clean compared to the caves in Malaysia where I went for lame school trips lol.
The tiny three sisters over the other side. Didn't expect it to be so tiny.
Oh this was the most exciting part of the trip. The train moves at a relatively high speed up/down a VERY steep gradient. It was like a mild roller coaster ride. Was fun.
Me on train.
Some guy offered to help us take a photo and he asked us to pose like that LOL.
Prices for the rides at Blue Mountains can be found here. We chose the Valley Return option to realise that it was really unnecessary to go for the three different 'rides'. Should have just taken the Skyway return option (cheaper) so that we could go over to the other side to have a closer look at the three sisters.
Went to Jenolan Caves next. They have this english-y looking rest area selling food outside the caves.
Inside, the Broken Column.
Nothing impressive about the caves really. I think that's all. And to end the trip we went to Bondi Beach. Beautifulllllllll.Clean and clear water reflecting the blueness of the sky. White and fine sand. Luxurious mansions lining up both sides of the beach. We wished we could stay there. One day I (or my rich future husband) will get a mansion like that. hahaha. Not at Bondi but somewhere else. Here are the pictures.
Signing off with a last Chio looking photo. Hahaha.