Watsons Bay Boutique Hotel
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... the ocean, the city and out towards Manly (tomorrow's day trip!) After enjoying an ice lolly and loop around walk we hopped back on the ferry in the heat of the day to get back to circular quay, so that Lucy could head off to do some work in the afternoon. I then jumped on another ferry this time heading across to Kirribilli, once over in North Sydney I wandered through the residential back streets to the Dr ...
... are met and a few minute walk to the beach. We mostly spend time walking around, hanging out at the beach - watching the surfers - the Hurley World Championship is going on all week so we can watch almost at anytime. They are expecting 175k viewers by this weekend so we were leaving town just in time I think.
Everyone seems so laid back and healthy and happy here it's hard not to contemplate what it might be like to ...
... mentality now. A new perspective. I am a traveler, not a tourist. Traveling teaches you things you can't learn from a textbook. It teaches you patience, resilience, tolerance and humbleness. Life is about the choices we make and our experiences. It's about relationships and making memories. It's about doing what you love and doing it often. It's about following your passions. It's important not to lose focus on what is really valuable in life. Don't sweat the small ...
... waffles, the list was endless. I managed to have three rounds but after that I was stuffed and couldn't eat a single more thing.
The weather was ******, it was miserable and rained all day which is such a shame because there was so much stuff on that was outside, like concerts and day festivals but rained just ruined it. We went to Golden Sheaf, which is a bar in Double Bay (nice ...
... see it. Apparently you can pay to go back at night and have a look through it.
We left the observatory and had a wander back down the hill, it was still boiling. Found some paintings on wall of what the city used to look like. Ended up at a dead end somehow, so had to turn back and find another way. If it had still be like the painting on the wall it wouldn't of been a dead end!
Headed over to the Art Gallery, it was called the Museum of Contemporary ...