Yes, I’m on a roll – week after week of healthy activities, jogging, snorkelling and now kayaking! Ever since Tiff and I are living oceans apart we’re both trying to have a “lfe”. It’s certainly not easy just living day to day without your soul mate, especially one whom you’ve grown so used to seeing every day for the past 9+ years. Many friends have asked how we do it. All I can say is that we’re coping, gets us through the days.
On the upside, we now have a bit more free time outside of work. So, for me I make an effort to breath fresh outdoor air and see daylight more. Today I have definitely outdone myself by going to Shelly beach for snorkelling and sun tanning, then heading to the Spit Bridge for some kayaking in Sydney harbour. Shelly beach snorkelling is turning into a weekly routine, and if winter does not get much worse I foresee myself there for a long time. Swimming with gorgeous marine fishes among the corals is really the best form of relaxation. It’s so beautiful, peaceful and surreal. I’m convinced that Brian Eno’s Deep Blue Day was written for the activity. Well, this and psychedelic expeditions.
Here are some pics of my day at the beach:
Hmm… I wonder if the trucker could see the bandicoot.
Me and my iPod
Methinks I caught a good shot of the girls playing
It’s the shadows of course, I’m not so tan yet.
The next destination is Spit Bridge, Mosman, just 15 minutes drive from Shelly, where they have kayaks for rent. Rented a Kayak for an hour and paddled around the harbour area, crossing under the bridge, watching boats zoom by and occasionally pausing to snap photos with my camera phone. Here’s a selection of shots:
Many more scenic shots (and in higher resolution) on my flickr album.
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