Oh boy could you be fed up with Sydney by the time I've finished? I've been out most of the day but have spent the rest of the time sorting photos. I've decided that Harry's Pie Truck or Harry's Café de Wheels merits a post of its own simply because it's an iconic Sydney eatery down in Woolloomooloo (don't you just love the name?) on the wharf where the navy vessels berth (and where we met lots of the navy guys and gals getting a pie after their watch). The pie was good but the ambience and the photos of past customers were even better. The location is on the map I posted on Day 1.
|Harry's with, immediately behind, Woolloomoolloo Wharf and the CBD in the background|
|A service counter with Mo surveying the menu in an untypically quiet moment|
|A familiar name to Americans I'm told. I'd never heard of Colonel Sanders.|
|Those must have been the wild days - a suit on a night out.|