Oh baby, this is heaven place of earth. Or should I say Zen.
An oasis, a shelter of peacefulness and calmness. Yes, it is worth going either you living in Sydney or you just visiting. It’s a small Chinese garden in Sydney. It was built to show gratitude between the Australian and Chinese people. Through the garden, it explains it why it was made this way and what it represents. As you can see I loved it there. I felt peaceful and calm. I was charged with positivity and I wished the whole world looked like that.
Anyway, it’s worth going there, and if you go tell me did you like it? Did you feel zen too?
I know I haven’t finished my series about Australia so here I am picking up the slack.
So as some of you may know that manly is a beach in Sydney; you can go by bus or you can take the ferry.
Manly is a nice little area and it’s worth going if you are a surfer. We went there especially because they had the surfers championship; so we saw professionals surf. It was fun!!!
But if you want to swim then is not the beach for you, because there are a lot currents and big waves. I went inside the sea anyway because I am fearless (stupid).
So when my mother wanted to go there for a second day I was like yay, not!
So as smart and adventures like I am, I went to an adventure to Palm beach.
Yeah, I almost cried when I was traveling for one and half hours there. It wasn’t the smartest idea I ever had in my life. When I arrived there I understood that this beach was more like a locals people beach. I got to see tho the sun setting and had a swim in ocean pool. It was different. Palm beach was like someone brought it to life and the scene resembled stories from the Bronte sisters.
I saw you didn’t like my beach life on day 3. Yes it wasn’t something extrodinary, but if you are in Sydney defently need to check some beach because it’s fun and the water is so nice and dangerous 😂😂😂.
Anyway our day started with a simple breakfast at crown street and the cafe was calls Kawa. It’s was pretty good simple and lots of option for vegetarian and vegan.
Anyway we went to town hall to witness the oldest building that happen to be a mall. It was magnificent. Each flour was better than the other one and the stained glassed was unbelievable. We looked the neibourhood and we did some shopping (of course). Then we got lost and hangry. So after out little fit we ate some fruit and dropped of our shopping were we staying and walked to China town.
Yusss… it was great we even ate there. Yes it was fantastic. They give you tea with your food. Everytime I have tea from a Chinese I want to dance and say thank you. They make it so good. It so simple but tasty without overpowering flavor.
Then after that we walked to darling harbour and we walked around it. The evening walk is the best because the temperature has cooled down and you just enjoy the company and the view. Also, at that area they are celebrating the month of love and they have flower statues, glowing hearts and romantic things all around the harbour. To enhance the romance in the relationships which I found very sweet. The places I went can be really budget it. I simply spend money on food. The rest was just walks I didn’t even have to take the train.
We topped the night going to kings cross. My mother’s friend suggested to us to go there and I have a drink. As soon as we came off the train we saw several clubs that they were striptiz( I don’t know how it’s spelled by the way) we needed up going to a pizzaria and having a glass of wine with pizza.
We did have the excitement of being in a dodge neibourhood without knowing.
So peeps, I hope you like what I am writing I am trying to make it as interesting as I can. If you have any suggestions please do say so. I would love to try something different.
So today the day started with going for breakfast. It was around the neibourhood but have no clue what’s the name. Here is thou what I had for breakfast
It was like with refried beans chillies and eggs; spicy but good.
Then we took the train and went to Bondi beach. The place was packed, but I had so much fun in the water. I basically was all day inside the sea.
I totally recommend going there. It has shops and fun things to do. Also we went to an Latin are can festival there with live music. We found it by accident. It had live music, food, drinks and of course a lot of dancing.
We ended eating at bondi beach. The place was called hurricane. It was a steak house; my mother wanted ribs, but I am a vegetarian and I was afraid I would have nothing. I was wrong I had a veggie burger it was epic. Very good. So if you are a vegetarian and your company is not then is a good place to go.
The second day was pretty chilling. We saw the other part of crown street and went to Oxford Street there it’s another area which it was pretty cool. We went to the Paddington market, and it had nice food and the best thing was the Japanese massage.
We had a stop to place that had organic and vegan things. It was so good so so so good.
This a teaser from that place so it worth checking out. I do not know the adress because I found it random but the name is orchard .
The day ended eating at the harbour watching the bridge.
Ps. I went to bunch of second hand shops and I got Louboutin for 50$ and that pair might have cost more than 1000 dollars.
So today wasn’t that amazing, but fear not I will have more things coming up.
So I woke up refreshed and ready for the day to be fantastic, but fear not it was somewhat a disaster. The iron tablets that I am taking made me sick; so all day I was suffering with intense stomach pain.
Firstly we went on to a famous cafe here in Sydney called Bills at Surry hills. I wasn’t impressed. I guess wasn’t my style plus my pain was so bad that I actually vomited at the place. So it might have been just me.
We saw some cool boutiques at crown street and then had some lunch white taro cafe/restaurant. The place was pretty amazing. I got waffles and they were perfect.
I then went were we staying and lied down cause I was feeling like crap. Fear not didn’t let my discomfort put me down. We got dressed up and went at the harbour so we can see the opera house.
Here is some snaps from you guys.
So my first thought was.. WOW!!!! Sure human kind knows to create magnificent building and make you feel small.
We ended it up seeing Romeo and Juliet as a theatrical play in the opera house. My after thoughts was: pretty cool, never have ever experienced Shakespeare in a theatre. So I didn’t regret going there. Maybe if I have money I try and go and see Verdi an actual opera at the opera house.
So this was my day. Relaxing. If you reading this and you are for Sydney please do suggest something if you think I like it:)