Haha, nowhere does suburban hills quite like Sydney!!
Quite so Red.
Oh my. You might come home quite fit them. :)Nice to know you are alright...
Home now WA and yes, a little bit fitter methinks.
Melbourne and Adelaide were laid out properly as planned cities. Sydney grew up accidentally, the roads going wherever they wandered, the hills being left as they were found. I still find Sydney a scary place to drive in because you cannot see what might be coming at you, on the other side of the hill.
Hels, I've driven in Sydney three times. It is stressful but I didn't find it any worse than any other busy city where I did not know my way.
Yup. It is like that. Hill after hill after hill.Glad you are having fun though. Very glad.
EC, instead of looking at distances to walk, you look at hill steepness. Thanks.
Good for you!
Susie, my feet were sore quite a few times.
As long as you're enjoying yourselves, it's worth it.
We did indeed Jacquelinne.
So have a great time ... in sunny Sydney
Not that sunny really Gosia.
The ups and downs of life in Sydney.
Victor, not so noticeable in a car.
Thanks for the card. Didn't think much of the picture!
Fun60, yes, that was a serious fail. How to get photos from camera to tablet? Well, with the right cord.
Where are you staying, I live near Parramatta flat as a tack out here.Merle.............
Merle, corner of Liverpool and College Streets.
Is this following your foreshadowed trip to Balmoral? That's why they have the Mosman Rider. Mind you, as Merlesworld has pointed out, the gradients are milder in the more plebeian parts.
No Marcellous, but wow, that was steep. Are you saying Merle lives in plebeian area? Her area is not too bad.
Think of the workout your thighs and calves are getting. Just remember to put your feet up at the end of the day.
And during the day too River.
This is a very profound post...
Which oddly received quite a response Mitchell.
Try living in Surry Hills - Albion and Foveaux Streets are heart attack material trying to walk up them. But all the hilly streets give you great leg muscles.
Allan, I think we were in a bus along Albion Street and a tram used to run along Foveaux Street I think. No doubt Sydney inner suburban people are fitter.
A bit like my neck of the woods and I live here permanently.Dont quite know how long I’ll last though.
Friko, while it may be a struggle at times, surely it is good for your health.
Democracy is all very well, but why give it to the people? - Audrey Forbes-Hamilton.