Monday, 25 July 2011

Skillful Wisdom and Enlightened Mind



 On Sunday we travelled down to Wollongong, and it took a lot longer than the hour and a half we allowed for as we detoured through the lush and scenic Royal National   Park then onto the "Pacific Drive" coast road. We had come to see the Nan Tien temple, finding it was in a very busy spot near the expressway and in an industrial area - bizarre! , but it felt very peaceful once you were inside the tranquil grounds. We had a wander around and looked in all the temples. After a couple of hours we stopped for afternoon tea at their cafe and had a Lemongrass and Ginger tea and a chocolate milkshake. On the way back we stopped off at a skate park Master M had located on google, as he is obsessed at the moment with scooter riding. After a great but long day we headed home as it's back to school on Monday.


  1. Hello.
    Is that really Australia?

    Gooseberries are difficult to describe, tastewise.
    They really need to be cooked, but some eat them raw, though they must have cast iron stomachs!

    They are very tarte, but taste like a gooseberry!!
    Sorry I just cant think of anything similar!!

    Clare xx

  2. Wow, what a wonderful place. I love the photos you took there. A temple and skate park all in one day! Isn't life funny!
    Much love.

  3. Amazing photos! I'd love to have tried the tea & milkshake too :)


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