First thing in the morning we were off to the Powerhouse to see the Harry Potter Exhibition.
|One very excited girl.|
|No photos allowed in the exhibition but we did get one of the flying car outside.|
|A wonderful projection showing bees at first forming a hive which then became a lace babies jacket.|
|I so want a fence like this!|
|This reminded me of some of the geometry work I did with class 6 last year.|
After we finished looking around the Powerhouse we walked across to the hidden gem that is the Chinese Garden of Friendship
I encourage anyone who is in Sydney to take the time to go. When I first told Aishlyn we were going she was reluctant and just wanted to go back to the hotel. After we got there she didn't want to leave.
The other fantastic thing to do while you are there is, dress-up! For a small fee you get to dress-up as a Chinese princess or prince. At first only Aishlyn did it...........
|They tried to give her a fan (because that's what a princess should have) but she insisted on having a sword. Love it my little warrior princess.|
.......But then she talked me into doing it as well. I didn't want to at first but I am so glad she persisted and changed my mind. It was so much fun!
We spent about two hours at the gardens and took so many photos, it truly is a wonderful, tranquil place.
After that it was back to the hotel, dinner and bed!