The Whiskey Live-Whiskey show was not due to begin until 4pm in the Afternoon. This left me a day to kill in Sydney. With so many options, and such little time, i decided to visit Paddys Market, and Darling Harbour. While in Darling Harbour, I stopped and drooled a little in the Lindt chocolate shop.
took a Ferry around to Circular Quay.
and jumped on a Manly Ferry. I had first lunch at Manly.
I did not eat at the bald mans chocolate shop, but i wish i had seen it earlier. I was so tempted to pick up the dish of chocolate and see how much i could drink before they caught me. It was sitting righ there, on the bench, and it was so tempting
Took the Ferry back to Circular Quay, And wandered up into town, for second lunch at Harrys Cafe.
I only remembered to take the photo of the pie at this stage of eating it, and i did not think that i could eat a second pie, so i could not stage that photo either.
The Whiskey show was at the Passenger Terminal at Circular Quay, and i got there to discover tables and tables of whiskys and whiskeys.
My pick of the evening would have to be the Limeburners from Western Australia.
Although the Amrut from India
and Edradour from Scotland were also worth noting.
We ran into some other whiskey lovers from Canberra.
Yes that is right, Brendan Smyth loves a wee drop of the Dram too
And had a wonderful time. If Whiskey live in on again next year, I will be going.