Coastal Walk

On a nice sunny day Sunday we decided to wake up at 6am and walk 28kms over cliffs and beaches and through bushland. At 7:30am we left Otford station, at the southern end of Royal National Park and started our trek to Bundeena. Here's some photos from along the way:

Enjoying the early morning start.

Enjoying the early morning start.


The morning's progress behind us.

The morning's progress behind us.


I tried taking photos of birds.

I tried taking photos of birds.


They flew away a lot.

They flew away a lot.


Vanessa tried to fly away as well, but in a joking way.

Vanessa tried to fly away as well, but in a joking way.


We had morning tea at the top of a cliff with a waterfall. I drank a fruit box.

We had morning tea at the top of a cliff with a waterfall. I drank a fruit box.


And there were dinosaurs. Then we had to leg it to catch the ferry, so I took no more photos.

And there were dinosaurs. Then we had to leg it to catch the ferry, so I took no more photos.

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